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#18867 - Celebration and Regrets: The Australian Constitution turns 100

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Journals No.46, Sept 2000
Celebration and Regrets: The Australian Constitution turns 100
Warhurst, John (Professor)
Journal article
Alfred Deakin, Charles Kingston, James Dickson, Philip Oakley Fysh, Neville Chamberlain, Lord Hopetoun, Sir William Lyne, Professor L.F. Crisp, R.G.Casey, Richard Court, Edward Gough Whitlam, Kim Beazley, Peter Beattie, Sir Ninian Stephen, Professor Cheryl Saunders, Paul Keating, Professor Stuart Macintyre, John Howard, David Kemp, Sir Edmund Barton, Malcolm Turnbull, Professor L.F.Crisp, Phil Cleary, Ted Mack, 1998 Constitutional Convention, 1999 Republic Federation, Aborigines, Advance Australia Fair, Australia Act 1986, Australian Constitution, Australian Federation (1901), Australian Labor Party, Australian Republican Movement, Australians for Constitutional Monarchy, Canberra Civics and Citizenship Education Programmes, Civics Expert Group, Constitutional Centenary Foundation, Customs House Sydney, Discovering Democracy Schools Materials Project, God Save the Queen, High Court of Australia, Hopetoun Blunder, Koowarta Case 1982, National Council for the Centenary of Federation, Order of Australia, Privy Council, Referenda - Australia, Republic Advisory Committee, Tasmanian Dam Case 1983, Trade Union Movement, Uniform Tax Case 1942, Western Australia, Women
Canberra & District Historical Society
The final lecture in the Federation series about the centenary of Federation
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