The Case for an Australian Bill of Rights: Freedom in the War on Terror

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University of New South Wales Press Limited, 2004 - Political Science - 95 pages
Published to coincide with introduction of the ACT reforms enacting a state Bill of Rights, this new book outlines a thoroughly revised and updated case for a national Bill of Rights for Australia. Surveying the federal government’s post-September 11 legislation, Williams shows how the threat of terrorism makes the protection of basic rights more, not less, urgent.

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