Writing in Rights: Australia and the Protection of Human Rights

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University of New South Wales Press, 2002 - History - 110 pages
Considers the Federation debate about rights, and how Australian law since has responded to the meager constitutional directions; it examines the international legal system and various objections to human rights principles; and it analyses the lessons of three modern constitutional experiments with rights protection: those of Canada, South Africa and the United Kingdom.

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