The Great Constitutional Swindle: A Citizen's View of the Australian Constitution

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Pluto Press, 2000 - Political Science - 232 pages
This political history describes and analyses the events leading up to federation in Australia and the development of the Australian constitution. Examines the ideas of republican Andrew Inglis Clark in relation to the recent Republican referendum and discusses topics such as global citizenship and a treaty between indigenous and non-indigenous Australians. Includes references and an index. The book originated as the 'backgrounders' for a weekly radio discussion series on Sydney's 2BL. The author is professor of public policy at the University of Queensland and executive director of the Brisbane Institute.

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