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John Howard

(b. 1939) Australian Liberal statesman, Prime Minister


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(1939– )

Australian Liberal statesman, Prime Minister from 1996. He was elected an MP in 1974 and held several posts in the Cabinet, including Federal Treasurer (1977–83). He was leader of the Liberal Party in opposition (1985–89) and from 1995 to 1996 before becoming Prime Minister of a coalition government.

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