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John Howard breached a wise convention in Washington, writes GEOFFREY BARKER.
JOHN HOWARD broke a wise and well-established American political rule when he used a speech in Washington to criticise the Rudd government’s Iraq and industrial relations policies.
In American political circles...
Impassioned opposition advocates of equity can quickly become cautious defenders of the status quo, writes GEOFFREY BARKER.
EVERY government has to find its comfort zone between the demands of economic efficiency and of social equity. It is not a matter of absolute choice,...
Does a strong economy mean the government can get away with almost anything, asks Geoffrey Barker
IT WAS a startling admission. “The most important external influence on the Howard government”, the senior Liberal said without a trace of irony, “has been Graham Richardson”....