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Title: The Constitutional centenary foundation and the politics of constitutional reform. by John Warhurst
Author: Warhurst, John
Date: 1995
Abstract: The likelihood of constitutional reform in Australia hangs in the balance. In particular, it is still uncertain whether 2001 will herald a republican constitution and/or other constitutional changes despite the apparent determination of the Keating government to promote an Australian republic.
Source: Australian Quarterly,
Volume: Spring 1995
v. 67,no. 3 ; p. 40-50.
metadata.indexnt.dc.subject.*: Constitution
Citation address: http://hdl.handle.net/10070/86334
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