Opinion

Three years on from Uluru, we must lift the blindfolds of liberalism to make progress

By Stan Grant
Updated July 1 2021 - 5:12pm, first published May 25 2020 - 11:44pm
The Uluru Statement should have been a high watermark of Australian liberalism. Instead it became a victim of the very same. Picture: Shutterstock

The Uluru Statement from the Heart offered a new compact with all Australians that would reset our national identity and enhance our political legitimacy. But its poetic vision and pragmatism proved its death knell.

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