“It has been almost one month since Kevin Rudd returned to The Lodge. Rudd was charged with the responsibility of making Labor competitive in the upcoming election.
But what do his actions since taking over from Julia Gillard tell us about the difficulties facing leaders, especially in trying to confront the policy problems politicans feel the public wants “solved”? Indeed, is sound policy being sacrificed for the sake of blunting the opposition’s attacks?”
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