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This article argues that, in our raplidly changing, increasingly complex world, government matters. It always has and arguably now matters more than ever largely because of the context within we live - a context in which more than two decades of government bashing have taken their toll on pride and capacity in public service, leaving an emasucilated public sector to deal with the immense challeges of today's world. To make this argument the historical shifts of perspective on government and thedoi:10.22140/cpar.v1i3/4.23 fatcat:2pjh62cpabesrgzo35tv4ydt6m