A Bill of Rights for Australia
UNSW Press, 2000 - 61 strani
In this book legal commentator George Williams argues that more can be done to protect the fundamental rights of the Australian people. He looks at the limited rights Australians do have, and at the arguments for and against a Bill of Rights. Adopting a fresh approach to the problem, he lays out a pragmatic and achievable way for Australian parliaments to work with the community to better protect individual liberty from potential government interference.
Mnenja - Napišite recenzijo
Na običajnih mestih nismo našli nobenih recenzij.
The rights that we do have
Attempts at reform
For and against a Bill of Rights
A gradual path forward
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