Op-ed: Australia: A Constitution Shaped by Distance

By Professor Cheryl Saunders, Professor Adrienne Stone and Joshua Quinn-Watson, 30 May
Members of the Australasian Federation Conference, 1890 (photo credit: The National Library of Australia/Getty Images)
Members of the Australasian Federation Conference, 1890 (photo credit: The National Library of Australia/Getty Images)
Australia is a big country, and a continent remote from the rest of the world. But what role has this distance, both internal and external, played in Australia’s constitutional development?
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