Theory and reality: federal ideas in Australia, England and Europe
Collection of essays by a leading authority on federalism, focusing on a range of topics related to the working of the Australian political and constitutional system. Examines the federal idea in other countries, and analyses the democratisation of the European Union. The author is a former foundation professor of politics at Monash University. His other publications include 'The Federal Principle.'.
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