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100 1  Roughan, John|c(Journalist) 
245 10 John Key :|bPortrait of a Prime Minister /|cJohn Roughan. 
264  1 Auckland :|be-penguin,|c2017. 
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520    New Zealand's most popular modern day Prime Minister, John
       Key shocked many with his decision to step down from 
       office less than a year out from a general election. 
       Rather than doing what most expected and seeking an 
       historic fourth term, Key opted to quit while his approval
       rating was still high and before voters tired of him. 'I 
       always thought leaders overstay their welcome. They just 
       start grating with people. All the things people liked 
       about them they start not to like,' Key tells journalist 
       John Roughan in this updated edition of John Key: Portrait
       of a Prime Minister. A fascinating insight into Key's 
       early life, personality and motivations, Roughan's account
       of John Key's rise and rise examines how the twin 
       ambitions of a boy in a state house 'to make a million 
       dollars and be Prime Minister' were realised beyond his 
       dreams. As popular as ever after eight years as Prime 
       Minister, Key chose to leave the job he loved - and the 
       voters who seemed certain to return him to office. But, as
       Roughan concludes, it's perhaps not surprising that the 
       instincts that served him so well as a currency trader, 
       and which also informed his approach to politics, 
       ultimately fuelled Key's unprecedented decision to retire 
       at the height of his power. 
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650  0 Politicians|zNew Zealand|vBiography. 
650  0 Millionaires|zNew Zealand|vBiography. 
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650  7 Politicians.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01069915 
650  7 Prime ministers.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01076416 
651  7 New Zealand.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01204542 
655  7 Biographies.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01919896 
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