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Seeds of change produce first buds

OPINION: The erosion of trust in traditional institutions is changing politics, business and social norms.

It is a word that evokes images of wild-eyed youth, men and women flush with idealism and an implacable belief that the struggle is worth the cost.

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Shenton Park
Now, it's more important than it has been for a long time to be confident in our own abilities and purpose; confident that we can adapt to whatever the future may hold. I'm seeing this arise everywhere. Just look at the suddenly visible conversation about Australia Day and how we should take it forward - voices are now speaking from many areas of society. Trust is still there. It's changing towards the individual and local. As you say in this article.

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