Restructuring Australia

A. J. (Alexander Jonathon) Brown, Clement Hudson

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Abstract

The Australian system of government is now over a century old. The country has changed out of all recognition; does the structure of government need to change also? The book provides accessible accounts of current debate on three key issues: regionalism, republicanism and reform of the nation-state. Leading commentators from across the political spectrum ask the fundamental questions: what do Australians want and need from their system of government and what role will structural reform play in delivering this vision in the 21st century?
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRestructuring Australia
Subtitle of host publicationregionalism, republicanism and reform of the nation-state
EditorsWayne Hudson, A J Brown (Alexander Jonathon) Jonathon)
Place of PublicationLeichhardt, Sydney, NSW
PublisherFederation Press
Pages1-10
Number of pages10
Edition1
ISBN (Print)1862874921
Publication statusPublished - 2004

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    Brown, A. J. A. J., & Hudson, C. (2004). Restructuring Australia. In W. Hudson, & A. J. B. A. J. Jonathon) (Eds.), Restructuring Australia: regionalism, republicanism and reform of the nation-state (1 ed., pp. 1-10). Federation Press.