Public meetings and the making of public opinion in late 19th Century New South Wales
Like most Australian institutions. the public meeting originated in Britain. Many readers might suppose that it was an old institution, if not so old as Magna Cara, at least as old as the English Revolution. However. the fact is that the public meeting was scarcely older than the French Revolution.
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