What a difference 48 hours has made for Prime Minister

What a difference 48 hours has made for Prime Minister

Brisbane : Australia | Aug 10, 2010 at 7:16 AM PDT
Source: The Age
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Two nights ago, the Liberal leader projected the mix of realism, relief and measured confidence that victory was in his grasp after a campaign launch that went off without a hitch. Abbott's scathing critique of' ''the worst government in Australia's history'', his own disciplined performance and... FULL ARTICLE AT The Age
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