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Author: Malcolm Turnbull
Number of Pages: 358
This volume, by the defence barrister in the notorious "Spycatcher" trial of 1986, traces Australia's constitutional relationship with Great Britain from its early days, and concentrates on the 20th century in order to reveal Australia's identity as a nation and to put the case for a republic - or, failing that, for a separate monarchy, possibly using an imported member of the present Royal Family such as Prince Andrew.