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Erik Jensen in conversation with Chloe Hooper

Church of All Nations, 180 Palmerston St, Carlton VIC 3053

We are delighted to have The Saturday Paper’s Erik Jensen joining us to discuss with Chloe Hooper his long-form journalism in Quarterly Essay 74: The Prosperity Gospel – How Scott Morrison Won and Bill Shorten Lost, a dazzling and insightful look at the federal election, built from pen portraits and reports from the campaign trail.

In Quarterly Essay 74, Erik Jensen considers what went wrong for Labor and how Scott Morrison won his remarkable victory. Who are Morrison’s “quiet people”? What did Shorten Labor fail to see? And will fear always trump hope in politics?

Through interviews and close observation, Jensen homes in on the insecurities that drive Bill Shorten and the certainties that helped Scott Morrison win. He considers how each man reflects, challenges and comforts the national character. This is a fresh, urgent look at the meaning of the 2019 election.

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Quarterly Essay 74: The Prosperity Gospel -- How Scott Morrison Won and Bill Shorten Lost

Quarterly Essay 74: The Prosperity Gospel – How Scott Morrison Won and Bill Shorten Lost

Erik Jensen

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