Forever young

June 2013
Monthly: Australian Politics, Society & Culture;Jun2013, Issue 90, p16
The article focuses on the issues involving Christopher Pyne, a Liberal member of the Australian House of Representatives. Pyne joined the Liberal Party, the Liberal Club of the University of Adelaide and the Young Liberals at the age of 17. The defeat of Pyne to South Australian Premier John Bannon is highlighted.


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