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26.06.2013

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Doubts over electoral benefits of Rudd\'s appeal to youth MP3

In his first public address as incoming Prime Minister last night, Kevin Rudd singled out young people as a group he wants to engage with. It's a group which appears increasingly disenchanted with the political system, but analysts doubt winning them over will make the difference between Labor winning or losing at the election. Source: abc.net.au

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