Australian Politics in the Cauldron of Aboriginal Administration1Australian Politics in the Cauldron of Aboriginal Administration1
On this journey of resolution that we are on, if we are prepared to do what many great Australians before us have done and confront the issues of our “Unfinished Business” with courage and patience then our season of plenty will be close
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The High Court and Ordinary Law Establishing new common law precedents Old SchoolThe High Court and Ordinary Law Establishing new common law precedents Old School
Shows creation of new precedent, judicial activism, law making relationship between courts and parliamentary sovereignty
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Ideas and Society Program: Bold ThinkingIdeas and Society Program: Bold Thinking
I would like to begin these proceedings today by acknowledging the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation as the original custodians of this land upon which we meet and to pay my respects to their Aboriginal elders both past and present
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Is it true that the major parties in Australia have become nearly indistinguishable in their beliefs?Is it true that the major parties in Australia have become nearly indistinguishable in their beliefs?
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Comparing successful and unsuccessful spin in public relations: The 2007 Australian federal electionComparing successful and unsuccessful spin in public relations: The 2007 Australian federal election
Pr-ization of politics’ has brought the demagoguery underpinning political processes into the open. This occurred partly because politicians emerged as public actors, rather than behind-the-scenes advisors
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