Ryan, Peter
June 2007
Quadrant Magazine;Jun2007, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p95
The author reflects on the candidacy of Kevin Rudd in the election for Australian prime minister. He believes that Rudd is not qualified to be Australia's prime minister. He argues that Rudd's team of advisers, like Julia Gillard, are stained by controversies. He believes that if Rudd wins in the election, government posts will be given to personalities from the Australian trade union officials.


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