Loyalty brings rewards

Walsh, Kerry-Anne
October 1998
Bulletin with Newsweek;10/27/98, Vol. 117 Issue 6146, p22
Presents information on the appointees to Prime Minister John Howard's cabinet in Australia following the October 1998 elections. Peter Reith and Tony Abbott chosen as the senior and junior ministers responsible for dealing with Australia's unemployment problem; Reith considered one of the most powerful men in the federal cabinet; Surprise at Abbott's appointment; Howard's ministry considered a blend of old loyalties.


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