The Australian Constitution and human rights: a centenary view
Over the course of a century, Australia has developed into a prosperous nation and one of the oldest continuous democracies in the world. The Australian Constitution has played an important role in this. Since 1901, it has withstood crises and the passage of time to produce an effective foundation for economic, social and cultural development and has fostered a stable democracy responsive to and representative of the people. The important role played by the Constitution is perhaps only apparent...[Show more]
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