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“As the economy predictably imploded and Australia faced the possibility of financial meltdown, Britain ' s governor general took the extraordinary step of deposing Mr. Whitlam — an act that rankles Laborites to this day.”
“There were three distinct parties in Minnesota, the Republicans, The Democrats, and the Farmer-Laborites.”
“During the Bush years, Israel's centrist Laborites were replaced by partisans of the right-wing Likud Party, who quickly came to dominate administration Mideast policy.”
“Laborites who had once insulted Lieberman agreed to sit at the cabinet table with him rather than risk facing the voters.”
“They want the country to see the Tories as the party of decentralized organic networks and the Laborites as the party of top-down mechanistic control.”
“Two years ago, Shas won the third largest number of seats in Parliament, behind Netanyahu's Likud and the opposition Laborites.”
“The Laborites in Britain in 1945 were, by the way.”
“If the President's party were in power, they might try a intra-party coup, in the way that the Tories got rid of Margaret Thatcher and Laborites are now trying to get rid of Tony Blair.”
“But leading Laborites now appear to be backtracking, fearing they may be blamed for scuttling peace.”
“Laborites and had, therefore, to seek new members.”
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