The language of leadership: prime ministers as political institutions
This paper reviews leadership roles of the prime ministership, particularly the prominent public role as leader of a national government and advances three contentions. First, prime ministers see the institutional development of the prime ministership as a core part of the ‘constitution-building’ of the Australian system of democratic governance. Secondly, prime ministers see their most fundamental public role in terms of specific form of institutionbuilding that can be called...[Show more]
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