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The Liberal Party
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Bill Hayden Resigns and is Replaced by the Popular Bob Hawke
The Labor Party Achieves Victory in the 1983 Election!
Malcolm Fraser Resigns, and Andrew Peacock Becomes Leader of the Opposition
The Labor Party Defeats the Liberal Party in the 1984 Snap Election
Andrew Peacock Resigns and is Replaced by Longstanding Rival, John Howard
In Spite of a Further Swing, the Labor Party Triumphs in the 1987 Election
Andrew Peacock Regains the Liberal Party Leadership, Ousting John Howard
The Labor Party Wins a 4th Consecutive Victory in the 1990 Election
Andrew Peacock Resigns and Dr John Hewson Becomes Leader of the Liberal Party
Paul Keating Unsuccessfully Challenges Bob Hawke For the Leadership
In a Second Attempt Paul Keating Defeats Bob Hawke For the Labor Leadership
The Labor Party Surprisingly Emerges Victorious in the 1993 Election
Dr John Hewson is Defeated in a Leadership Ballot by Alexander Downer
Alexander Downer Resigns and is Replaced by John Howard Once More
After 13 Years in Opposition, the Liberal Party Wins the 1996 Election!
Kim Beazley Becomes Leader of the Opposition
Future Liberal Prime Minister, Mr Sesta is Born
John Howard Scrapes a Victory in the 1998 Election
John Howard Emerges Victorious in the 2001 Election!
Simon Crean Replaces Kim Beazley as Leader of the Opposition
Simon Crean Resigns and is Replaced by Mark Latham
John Howard and the Liberal Party Win in the 2004 Election
Mr Sesta Begins His Strident Campaigns for the Liberal Party
Mr Sesta Officially Joins the Liberal Party
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