The Captive Republic: A History of Republicanism in Australia 1788 1996

The Captive Republic A History of Republicanism in Australia This first comprehensive history of republican thought and activity in Australia traces debate around an Australian republic from to the present It explains the pivotal role played by republican

  • Title: The Captive Republic: A History of Republicanism in Australia 1788 1996
  • Author: Mark McKenna
  • ISBN: 9780521576185
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Paperback
  • This first comprehensive history of republican thought and activity in Australia traces debate around an Australian republic from 1788 to the present It explains the pivotal role played by republican philosophies, both before and after federation, and illustrates the striking similarities between the arguments of both republicans and monarchists in the 1990s and those thaThis first comprehensive history of republican thought and activity in Australia traces debate around an Australian republic from 1788 to the present It explains the pivotal role played by republican philosophies, both before and after federation, and illustrates the striking similarities between the arguments of both republicans and monarchists in the 1990s and those that existed 150 years ago Essential reading for all those with an interest in political and intellectual history It fills a large gap in Australian history and will become the essential work on Australian republicanism.

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