Correspondence

Australia's Pat Buchanan: Out, But Not Down

If 1998 is remembered in Australian political history for nothing else—a probable assumption, given the administrative gridlock which otherwise prevailed—it will go down in the annals for two events: Prime Minister John Howard's upset reelection on October 3; and, of longer-term significance, Pauline Hanson's failure to retain her parliamentary seat.

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