The High Court and the Constitution

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Federation Press, 2008 - Constitutional law - 688 pages
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It is over eleven years since the fourth edition of this authoritative book was published by Butterworths (LexisNexis). This new 5th edition therefore includes information, analysis and critique of the High Court's jurisprudence during that period.
 

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Contents

The Struggle for Standards
1
The Subject Matter of a Power
21
Matters Incidental to the Subject of a Power
50
Trade and Commerce
75
The Corporations Power
107
The Search for a Theory
139
The Individual Right Theory
159
The Triumph of the Free Trade Theory
174
Judicial determination of constitutional issues by courts other
331
The Crown and the Executive Government
339
Australia as a Nation in External and Internal Affairs
376
Intergovernmental Relations
440
The nature of the Commonwealth power as a countervailing
464
Representative Government
516
Critique
548
Constitutional Rights
567

The Separation of Powers
198
The Judicial Power of the Commonwealth
219
The Stream Cannot Rise Above its Source The Doctrine in the Communist PartyCase
300
Methods Techniques and Attitudes
596
Index
665
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