A Republican Manifesto
This impassioned book by a member of the Australian Prime Minister's Republic Advisory Committee argues that Australia should cease relying on Britain to provide its head of state, and offers a proposal for a new constitution.
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Electing a Monarch
The Spectre of 1975
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