An era over

October 2015
Monthly: Australian Politics, Society & Culture;Oct2015, Issue 116, p8
The article discusses the prime ministership of Australian politician Tony Abbott. Topics include Abbott's belief that a masculine and traditional leadership would merit respect to allow him to do what he wanted, his misfortune to become a prime minister at a time that is accentuated with his limitations as a politician, and his most notable leadership tactic.


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