The unveiling of the 2003 Howard Government Cabinet records last week is more than just a revelation of political decisions behind events such as the Iraq invasion and the Solomon Islands mission. It is a crucial addition to our understanding of Australia’s political history.
These documents offer a deep dive into government decision-making and policy development during the Howard era, making them invaluable for historians, political scientists, educators, and the Australian public.
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