Abolition and restoration of a Legislative Council: Queensland and the other states
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Carney, G. (2008). Abolition and restoration of a Legislative Council: Queensland and the other states. In N.T. Aroney, S. Prasser & J.R. Nethercote (Eds). Restraining elective dictatorship: The upper house solution? (pp. 262-276). Crawley, Western Australia: University of Western Australia Press. ISBN: 9781921401091
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© Copyright in the compilation Nicholas Aroney, Scott Prasser and J.R. Nethercote 2008
If Australians, Canadians and Americans are, like Britons, living under ‘elective dictatorships’ then how can their elected, single-party ‘government machines’ be kept in check? That is the key question examined in this book.
Contains chapters from twenty-one leading international scholars and politicians on the history, the recent performance, and the future of upper houses of parliament in Australia, Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom. Overviews bicameralism, the Australian Senate, the international scene and politics in each state including the unique example of Queensland. With a foreword by the Hon Bill Hayden, AC.
Gerard Carney. "Abolition and restoration of a Legislative Council: Queensland and the other states" Law papers (2008).
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