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Judul The Contitution Of Independence: The Develoment Of Constitutional Thery In Australia, canada, And Ne
Pengarang Peter C. Oliver
Penerbitan Oxford PT. Rola Sinar Perkasa 2005
Deskripsi Fisik XX, 367 hlm; 24 cm24 cm
ISBN 0-19-826895-5
Subjek 1. Konstitusi Australia
2. Konstitusi Canada
3. Konstitusi New Zealand
Abstrak This book explores the development of constitutional thinking in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand from early domination by imperial ideas, through the adoption of the Statute of Westminster and the contemplation of severing imperial connections, to irreversible acquisition of constitutional independence in the 1980s. This book foccuses primarily sovereignty and the legal system, concepts which are also central to contemporary constitutional theory in Europe and the United States. The book closes with an evaluation of recent varied and often contradictory accounts of the constitutional foundations of Australia, Canada, and New Zealand, which depict a wide range of scenarios: from constitutional continuity and respect for the rule of law, to popular sovereignty and disguised revolution. Oliver argues that explanations of constitutional independence are characterized by their reliance on independent, country-specific constitutional thinking that evolved over the last century.
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650 0 $a 1. Konstitusi Australia
650 0 $a 2. Konstitusi Canada
650 0 $a 3. Konstitusi New Zealand
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