McGarvie Model: a Republican Equivalent of Our Present System of Democracy
The Hon Richard E McGarvie AC
Former Governor of Victoria
Former Judge of the Supreme
Court of Victoria
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AUTHOR AND PUBLISHER
Richard E. McGarvie
PO Box 2094,
Hampton East, Victoria, 3188.
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The book by Richard E McGarvie, Democracy: choosing Australia’s republic, was published by Melbourne University Press in September 1999, r.r.p. including GST $27.45. It explains the constitutional responsibilities of the Governor-General and Governors and describes how they are performed, examines and assesses the competing models for a republican head of state, predicts and explains why the 1999 referendum would fail, and shows how the republic issue can now be resolved quickly and safely for our democracy and federation. For further information about Democracy, please contact Carolyn MacDonald at Melbourne University Press, Ph: (03) 9347 3455, Fax: (03) 9349 2527, Email: email@example.com
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- John Uhr (ed.), The Australian Republic: The Case for Yes, The Federation Press, Sydney 1999
- Rick Brown (ed.), The No Case Papers, Standard Publishing House, Sydney, 1999