Six things you didn't know about Abbott

McManus, Gerard
July 2013
Management Today (14405636);Jul2013, p22
The article describes six unexpected personality traits and characteristics of Tony Abbott, leader of the Opposition in the Australian House of Representatives. It is certain that Abbott will surprise his countrymen if they decide to elect him as the prime minister (PM). Abbott has a deep and abiding interest in the betterment of indigenous Australians and should he become PM.


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