January 21, 2012

Australia Can Learn from GOP Primary

Sydney Morning Herald, Sydney Morning Herald

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AN AUSTRALIAN election campaign is a sprint, lasting a few desperate weeks; an American presidential contest is a marathon, running from January to November - as much a test of endurance as of political skill.

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