Upholding the Australian Constitution, Volume 6
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Proceedings of the Sixth Conference of The Samuel Griffith Society

Townhouse Hotel, Carlton 17--19 November, 1995

Copyright 1996 by The Samuel Griffith Society. All rights reserved.


Contents


John Stone
Foreword

Dinner Address
Hon Jan Wade, MLA
The Future of the Federation

John Stone
Introduction

Chapter One
Rt Hon Sir Garfield Barwick, AK, GCMG
A View on External Affairs

Chapter Two
S E K Hulme, AM, QC
The Foreign Affairs Power : The State of the Debate

Chapter Three
Des Moore
Duplication and Overlap : An Exercise in Federal Power

Chapter Four
Dr Greg Craven
The High Court and the States

Chapter Five
Dr Colin Howard
The Second Native Title Case

Chapter Six
Professor Austin Gough
The New Official Religion : The Hindmarsh Island and La Trobe Affairs

Chapter Seven
Rt Hon Sir Harry Gibbs, GCMG, AC, KBE
Does Australia need a Bill of Rights?

Chapter Eight
Professor Ken Minogue
Constitutional Mania : A Preliminary Diagnosis

Chapter Nine
Harry Evans
Citizen Initiated Referendums : Adjunct or Antithesis to Constitutional Government?

Chapter Ten
Professor Patrick O'Brien
Sovereigns not Subjects : The Need for More Direct Democracy

Chapter Eleven
John Nethercote
The Engineers Case: Seventy Five Years On

Rt Hon Sir Harry Gibbs, GCMG, AC, KBE
Concluding Remarks

Appendix I
Contributors