3 U. Notre Dame Austl. L. Rev. [i] (2001)

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Volume 3            December 2001

Greg Craven

Foreword by the Dean


The Hon Kim Beazley MP
The Hon Richard McGarvie
Professor George Winterton
Professor Brian Galligan
Professor Greg Craven
Professor Campbell Sharman
Dr James Thomson
Anne Twomey

How may the People be heard? -
Planning for a new Republic
Referendum - Process and
The Wisdom of Hindsight - The
1999 Republic Referendum -
Lessons for the Future
A Directly Elected President:
Maximising Benefits and
Minimising Risks
A Radical Alternative - An
Executive Presidency; Can we
abolish the Prime Minister
The Republic: Is the 1999
Proposal Beyond Repair?
The Pink Slip: Removing the
States in an Australian Republic:
Constitutional Conundrums
A Federal Process: Options for the
Presidential Selection involving
the people, the states and the

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