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オーストラリアにおける立憲政治

Australia’s Constitutional Government

Jack Richardson

1 vol. xliv, 616 p. Paper., 2016年11月刊

LexisNexis Australia, AUS. ISBN: 9780409341126

¥16,664

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【Table of Contents】

Part One: Colonisation to Federation

1. From Penal Settlement to Representative and Responsible Government

2. Towards Federation

3. The National Australasian Convention 1891 and the Path to Adelaide

4. The Convention Debates 1897-98

5. Final Steps to Federation

6. The First Decade of Federation

7. Reflecting on the Work of the Founders

Part Two: The Commonwealth Parliament

8. Federal Parliament

9. Parliamentary Committees

10. Parliament in Action

11. Resolving Deadlocks Between the Two Houses: Section 57

Part Three: The Growth of a Nation

12. Historical Factors in a Century of Federalism

13. Colony – Dominion – Nation

14. Interpreting the Constitution

15. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples

Part Four: Commonwealth Legislative Powers

16. Trade and Commerce

17. The Taxation Power

18. Corporations

19. Defence Power

20. The External Affairs Power

21. The Conciliation and Arbitration Power

22. The Territories Power

23. Freedom of Interstate Trade, Commerce and Intercourse

Part Five: Federalism

24. Commonwealth-State Relations

25. The Future of the Commonwealth-State Balance

26. The States

27. Inconsistency between Laws of the State and the Commonwealth

28. The Reference Power

Part Six: Commonwealth Executive Power

29. The Executive Government

30. The Governor-General and the Double Dissolution of 1975

31. Exercise and Scrutiny of Executive Power

Part Seven: Rights and the Future

32. Constitutional Rights

33. Constitutional Change

 

Appendix A: The Constitution

Appendix B: Statement of Reasons by the Governor-General