State Constitutional Landmarks -editor- George Winterton. ISBN 9781872876071. Foreword -by-
The Hon James Spigelman AC. Australian State Politics. Fifteen landmark cases and controversies of parliamentary
government in the Australian colonies and legal drama written by some of Australia's leading constitutional
scholars. Introduction: Australian States: Cinderellas No Longer? (George Winterton); Justice Boothby: A Disaster
That Happened (John M Williams); Plenary Within Limits: Powell v Apollo Candle (Kevin Booker); Thomas
McCawley v The King (Nicholas Aroney); Trethowan's Case (Jeffrey Goldsworthy); The Dismissal of the
Lang Government (Anne Twomey); Clayton v Heffron (Anne Twomey); Deadlocks in State Parliaments (John
Waugh); Tonkin v Brand: Triumph for the Rule of Law (Peter Johnston); Armstrong v Budd and the Power of
Expulsion (Gareth Griffith); The Making of the Australia Acts 1986 (Anne Twomey); Egan v Willis and Egan v
Chadwick: The Triumph of Responsible Government (Gerard Carney); Arena v Nader and the Waiver of Parliamentary
Privilege (Gareth Griffith and David Clune); BLF v Minister for Industrial Relations: The Limits of State Legislative
and Judicial Power (Fiona Wheeler); The Kable Case: A Guard-Dog that Barked But Once? (H P Lee); McGinty v Western
Australia: Electoral Equality and the Demise of the 'Implied Rights Venture' (Peter A Gerangelos). Used hardcover book
in dust jacket. 458 pages. (The Federation Press. Annandale. 2006) Light wear to edges of dust jacket. Else in fine
condition. Weight 1.1 kilograms.
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