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|Title:||Federalism and the design of the Australian Constitution. by James Warden|
|Abstract:||While the Australian debate on constitutionalism does not yet turn on the meaning and significance of 'original intent' the High Court is willing to consider the federation debates of the 1890s to interpret the meaning of the constitution.|
|Source:||Australian Journal of Political Science,|
|Volume:||Special Issue 1992|
v. 27 ; p. 143-158.
|Appears in Collections:||IndexNT Magazines|
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