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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.

    Down Under, Summing Up

  • There were three distinct parties in Minnesota, the Republicans, The Democrats, and the Farmer-Laborites.

    Minnesota Dems Unite Around Franken In Top-Tier Senate Race

  • 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.

    HAPPY FRIDAY THE 13TH

  • Laborites who had once insulted Lieberman agreed to sit at the cabinet table with him rather than risk facing the voters.

    The Minister for National Fears

  • 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.

    America looks to Cameron

  • Two years ago, Shas won the third largest number of seats in Parliament, behind Netanyahu's Likud and the opposition Laborites.

    Whose Israel Is It?

  • "The Laborites in Britain in 1945 were, by the way."

    Bush: The Churchill Scenario

  • 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.

    Balkinization

  • But leading Laborites now appear to be backtracking, fearing they may be blamed for scuttling peace.

    Will Olmert Hang On in Israel?

  • Laborites and had, therefore, to seek new members.

    The Red Conspiracy

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