Fiji and the franchise : a history of political representation, 1900-1937
This thesis attempts to explain the nature of the Crown Colony constitution of Fiji. Hence it concentrates on the demands of the inhabitants of the Colony and the response of the rulers. The problem that confronted the rulers was a complex one in that, they nad to deal with the conflicting aspirations of three distinct communities. The nature of these demands for representation in the Legislative, Executive and Municipal Councils, are analysed in some detail as well as the steps that...[Show more]
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