We could probably now add federalism to the list: while other countries are rediscovering the value of devolving power to smaller units, the Great and Good in Australia keep telling us that states are an anachronism and all power should be...
The Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition of Local Government has recommended that a referendum on financial recognition of local government be held in conjunction with this year's federal election.
The Canberra Times Partners no more across our land The Canberra Times The effects on government have been so crippling that two giants at opposite ends of the political spectrum, John Howard and Gough Whitlam, came to the same conclusion:...
Canada is a good example of social federalism necessitating decentralisation. In Australia, however, we must turn to constitutional mechanisms and differentiated moral authority to protect our constituent units (our States).
David Cameron, holding the aces, should sit tight The Australian What Hamilton appreciated, as his rivals did not, were two things about the creation of a constitutional settlement. The first is that economic realities drive political solutions.
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