Opposition one day, government the next: Can oppositions make policy and be ready for office?

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Prasser, Scott. (2010). Opposition one day, government the next: Can oppositions make policy and be ready for office? Australasian Parliamentary Review. 25(1), pp. 151 - 161.
AuthorsPrasser, Scott
Year2010
JournalAustralasian Parliamentary Review
Journal citation25 (1), pp. 151 - 161
PublisherAustralasian Study of Parliament Group
ISSN1447-9125
Page range151 - 161
Place of publicationAustralia
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