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The content of this page reads a lot like a copyright violation per WP:SPCP, however i cannot find any source with Google. Could the editor confirm that the text is their own work? Thanks. Rockpocket(talk) 07:57, 20 May 2006 (UTC)
Not only that, it's appallingly written. "Following dramatic political volatility between Prime Minister Hawke and Deputy Prime Minister and Treasurer Paul Keating in mid-1991 in fighting for the leadership of the Labor Party, the incumbent was narrowly successful against the errant challenger and was forced to make considerable changes to the senior ranks of his ever-increasingly distant ministry. " Sigh! I think it's an undergraduate essay. Wandringgirl 12.18, 13 September 2006.