- Sir William. 1908–88, Australian statesman; prime minister of Australia (1971–72)
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What was his argument against the moderate McMahon, who was so willing to buck his own party orthodoxy?
McMahon was one of the few Democrats in Congress to vote against Obamacare.
Once in office, McMahon found himself representing a right-leaning district just as the Tea Party wave was building.Grimm’s Dysfunctional District
January 31, 2014
McMahon attributes a relative decline in the cultural primacy of genius to two broad forces.What is a Genius?
November 9, 2013
McMahon, who succeeds Fritz Winans, was the former CEO of St. John.Jay Z Speaks Up About Barneys
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October 28, 2013
He was anxious, if possible, to make McMahon do a little work.
But hang it all—— I say, McMahon, can't you finish off and let me go?
Mrs. McMahon felt it incumbent on her to administer a rebuke to the girl.
Nor was the manner of Mrs. McMahon calculated to relieve the tension.
"Sure, and that wouldn't bust him," Mrs. McMahon commented caustically.