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Restraining elective dictatorship

Restraining elective dictatorship

the upper house solution?

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Published by University of Western Australia Press in Crawley, W.A .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Australia. -- Parliament. -- Senate,
  • Canada. -- Parliament. -- Senate,
  • Great Britain. -- Parliament. -- House of Lords,
  • United States. -- Congress. -- Senate,
  • Legislative bodies -- Upper chambers

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementNicholas Aroney, Scott Prasser, J. R. Nethercote [eds.].
    ContributionsAroney, Nicholas., Prasser, Scott, 1954-, Nethercote, J. R.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJQ4061.A5 R47 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 301 p. ;
    Number of Pages301
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23193003M
    ISBN 109781921401091
    LC Control Number2009286826

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    Restraining Elective Dictatorship: The Upper House Solution? University of Western Australia Press If Australians, Canadians and Americans are, like Britons, living under 'elective dictatorships', then how can their elected single-party 'government machines' be kept in check?Title: Senior Fellow at The Centre for . Lord Hailsham coined the term elective dictatorship in , and it is a more accurate description of the political landscape today than was the case forty years ago. Two developments have taken us further down that road. The first is the increasing unwillingness .

    Restraining Elective Dictatorship: The upper house solution? University of Western Australia Press, Crawley. Atkinson, Alan , The Muddle-Headed Republic, Oxford University Press, Melbourne. Australian Human Rights Commission a, National Human Rights. Consultation Report, Australian Human Rights Commission, Canberra. An elective monarchy is a monarchy ruled by an elected monarch, in contrast to a hereditary monarchy in which the office is automatically passed down as a family inheritance. The manner of election, the nature of candidate qualifications, and the electors vary from case to case. Historically it is not uncommon for elective monarchies to transform into hereditary ones over time, or for.


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(University of Western Australia Press, ) It is a pleasure to review this most useful and interesting book, which makes a substantial contribution to the debate about whether an Upper House of Parliament. Chapter in an edited book. 1 Jeremy Waldron, 'Do Judges Reason Morally?' in Grant Huscroft (ed), Expounding the Constitution: Essays in Constitutional Theory (Cambridge University Press, ) 2 Janet Ransley, 'Illusions of Reform: Queensland's Legislative Assembly Since Fitzgerald' in Nicholas Aroney, Scott Prasser and JR Nethercote (eds), Restraining Elective Dictatorship: The.

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The initial classification is from Arend Lijphart, Patterns of democracy: Government forms and performance in thirty-six countries (). The phrase ‘elective dictatorship’ is from Lord Hailsham, ‘Elective Dictatorship’ () (21 October ) The Listener The book also discusses the need for an upper house in Queensland.

Restraining Elective Dictatorship: The Upper House solution. is published by University of Western Australia Press. Dr Aroney has a further book, The Constitution of a Federal Commonwealth: The Making and Meaning of the Australian Constitution, due to be released by Cambridge. Restraining elective dictatorship: the upper house solution.

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Nicholas Aroney is Professor of Constitutional Law at The University of Queensland. He is a Fellow of the Centre for Public, International and Comparative Law, a Research Fellow of Emmanuel College at The University of Queensland, a Fellow of the Centre for Law and Religion at Emory University and an External Member of the Islam, Law and Modernity research program at Durham University.

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