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W.J. Hudson and M.P. Sharp. Australian Independence, pp. 25-26.

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W.J. Hudson and M.P. Sharp. Australian Independence, pp. 46, 96.

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9. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, pp. 13-15.

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11. Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act, Section 8.

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See also:
Gordon Greenwood and Charles Grimshaw (eds.) Documents on Australian International Affairs 1901-1918, Thomas Nelson, West Melbourne, 1977, pp. LXII-LXV, 6-9, 13-21.
John Quick and Robert Garran. The Annotated Constitution of the Australian Commonwealth, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1901, pp. 229-249.

13. F.W. Eggleston: Royal Commission on the Constitution, 1927-9, Evidence, p. 734. Cited in : L.F. Crisp. Australian National Government, p. 30.

14. W.J. Hudson and M.P. Sharp. Australian Independence, pp. 29-30.

15. John Craig. Australian Politics: A Source Book (Second edition), Harcourt Brace, Marrickville, N.S.W., 1993, p. 44.
W.G. McMinn. A Constitutional History of Australia, p. 118.

16. Tom Keneally. Our Republic, p. 145.

17. John Craig. Australian Politics: A Source Book (Second edition), p. 43.

18. W.J. Hudson and M.P. Sharp. Australian Independence, pp. 39-40.

19. W.J. Hudson and M.P. Sharp. Australian Independence, p. 16.

20. W.J. Hudson and M.P. Sharp. Australian Independence, p. 43-44.
Tom Keneally. Our Republic, p. 146.

21. W.J. Hudson and M.P. Sharp. Australian Independence, p. 44-45.

22. W.J. Hudson and M.P. Sharp. Australian Independence, p. 45.

23. Peter Spearritt. "The British Dominion of Australia", in: John Arnold, Peter Spearritt, and David Walker (eds.) Out of Empire: The British Dominion of Australia, Mandarin, Port Melbourne, 1993, p. 5.

24. T.B Millar. Australia in Peace and War: External Relations Since 1788 (Second edition), Australian National University Press, Botany, NSW, 1991, p. 24, footnote 2.

25. W.J. Hudson and M.P. Sharp. Australian Independence, pp. 4, 90.

26. Brian Fletcher. Colonial Australia Before 1850, Thomas Nelson, West Melbourne, 1976, pp. 73-75.

27. R.D. Lumb. The Constitutions of the Australian States (Fifth edition), University of Queensland Press, St Lucia, Qld., 1991, p. 97.

28. R.D. Lumb. The Constitutions of the Australian States (Fifth edition), p. 97.

29. Graeme Davidson, J.W. McCarty, and Ailsa McLeary (eds.) Australians 1888, Fairfax, Syme and Weldon, Broadway, N.S.W., 1987, pp. 423-424.
W.J. Hudson and M.P. Sharp. Australian Independence, pp. 12, 13.

30. John Quick and Robert Garran. The Annotated Constitution of the Australian Commonwealth, pp. 695-697.

31. Don Chipp. "An Individual View", in: Geoffrey Dutton (ed.) Republican Australia?, Sun Books, South Melbourne, 1977, pp. 144-145.
Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act, Sections 58 and 59.
John Craig. Australian Politics: A Source Book (Second edition), p. 44.
Colin Howard. Australia's Constitution, Penguin Books, Ringwood, Victoria, 1978, p. 131.

32. Tom Keneally. Our Republic, p. 141.
John Quick and Robert Garran. The Annotated Constitution of the Australian Commonwealth, p. 994.

33. Commonwealth of Australian Constitution Act, section 74.
Tom Keneally. Our Republic, p. 141.

34. John Craig. Australian Politics: A Source Book (Second edition), p. 43.
R.D. Lumb. The Constitutions of the Australian States (Fifth edition), p. 106.

35. W.J. Hudson and M.P. Sharp. Australian Independence, p. 43.

36. W.J. Hudson and M.P. Sharp. Australian Independence, pp. 42-43.

37. W.G. McMinn. A Constitutional History of Australia, p. 152.

38. Colin Howard. "Legal and Constitutional Implications", in: Geoffrey Dutton (ed.) Republican Australia?, Sun Books, South Melbourne, 1977, p. 63.
W.J. Hudson and M.P. Sharp. Australian Independence, p. 4.

39. John Craig. Australian Politics: A Source Book (Second edition), p. 43.
W.J. Hudson and M.P. Sharp. Australian Independence, p. 125.
R.D. Lumb. The Constitutions of the Australian States (Fifth edition), p. 98.

40. Al Grassby. "Confessions of a Colonial"; in: David Headon, James Warden, and Bill Gammage (eds.) Crown or Country: The Traditions of Australian Republicanism, Allen and Unwin, St. Leonards, NSW, 1994, p. 97.

41. W.J. Hudson and M.P. Sharp. Australian Independence, pp. 119-128.
W.G. McMinn. A Constitutional History of Australia, pp.160-161.

42. Tom Keneally. Our Republic, p. 148.

43. John Craig. Australian Politics: A Source Book (Second edition), p. 43.
W.G. McMinn. A Constitutional History of Australia, p. 164.

44. John Craig. Australian Politics: A Source Book (Second edition), p. 44.

45. John Craig. Australian Politics: A Source Book (Second edition), p. 44.
T.B. Millar. Australia in Peace and War, p. 371.

46. John Craig. Australian Politics: A Source Book (Second edition), p. 44.
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47. John Craig. Australian Politics: A Source Book (Second edition), p. 44.

48. Tom Keneally. Our Republic, p. 147.
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R.D. Lumb. The Constitutions of the Australian States (Fifth edition), pp. 109-112.

49. Year Book Australia 1994, Australian Bureau of Statistics, Canberra, c1993, p. 56.

50. John Craig. Australian Politics: A Source Book (Second edition), p. 44.

51. Republic Advisory Committee, An Australian Republic - The Options: Volume 1 - The Report, AGPS, Canberra, c1993, p. 30.

52. Michael Kirby. "Reflections on Constitutional Monarchy", p. 69.

53. Michael Kirby. "Reflections on Constitutional Monarchy", p. 69.
R.D. Lumb. The Constitutions of the Australian States (Fifth edition), pp. 112, 113.

54. John Hirst. "The Conservative Case for an Australian Republic", in: John Arnold, Peter Spearritt, and David Walker (eds.) Out of Empire: The British Dominion of Australia, p. 292.

55. Ron Owen (?). "State Attorney Generals From Three States Confirm that Bill of Rights 1689 is the Law of the Land"; in Lock Stock & Barrel, Edition 27 [1996], pp. 21-23.
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56. Ron Owen (?). "State Attorney Generals From Three States Confirm that Bill of Rights 1689 is the Law of the Land"; in Lock Stock & Barrel, Edition 27 [1996], p. 23.

57. Malcolm Turnbull. "Addressing the Republic"; in: David Headon, James Warden, and Bill Gammage (eds.) Crown or Country: The Traditions of Australian Republicanism, Allen and Unwin, St. Leonards, NSW, 1994, pp. 130-131.
R.D. Lumb. The Constitutions of the Australian States (Fifth edition), p. 113 (endnote 11).

58. Zelman Cowen. "The Office of Governor-General", in: John Arnold, Peter Spearritt, and David Walker (eds.) Out of Empire: The British Dominion of Australia, Mandarin, Port Melbourne, 1993, p. 273.
Christopher Cunneen. King's Men: Australia's Governors-General from Hopetoun to Isaacs, George Allen & Unwin, North Sydney, 1983, p. 145.

59. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, pp. 14 (1903), 128-129 (1918).
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Ross McMullin. The Light on the Hill, pp. 66-67 (1909 dreadnought; see also: Gavin Souter. Lion and Kangaroo, pp. 144-146).

60. Christopher Cunneen. King's Men, p. 168.
Republic Advisory Committee, An Australian Republic - The Options: Volume 1 - The Report, p. 30.

61. Christopher Cunneen. King's Men, pp. 173-174, 175.
Republic Advisory Committee, An Australian Republic - The Options: Volume 1 - The Report, p. 37.

62. Zelman Cowen. "The Constitution and the Monarchy", in: Geoffrey Dutton (ed.) Australia and the Monarchy: A Symposium, Sun Books, Melbourne, c1966, p. 49.
Zelman Cowen. "The Office of Governor-General", p. 276.
Christopher Cunneen. King's Men, pp. 173-181 (179 re. Birdwood).

63. Graham Freudenberg. Cause for Power, pp. 208-210.

64. The Parliamentary Library. Parliamentary Handbook of the Commonwealth of Australia, AGPS, Canberra, 1984, pp. 8-10.
Republic Advisory Committee. An Australian Republic - The Options: Volume 1 - The Report, pp. 36, 37.

65. Republic Advisory Committee, An Australian Republic - The Options: Volume 1 - The Report, pp. 36, 37.

66. Don Whitington. "The Liberal Party and the Monarchy", in: Geoffrey Dutton (ed.) Australia and the Monarchy: A Symposium, Sun Books, Melbourne, c1966, p. 145.

67. The Macquarie Dictionary (Second revision), The Macquarie Library Pty Ltd, Macquarie University, NSW, 1987, p. 760.

68. The Australian Encyclopaedia, The Grolier Society of Australia, Sydney, c1965, vol. IV, pp. 351-352.
Robin Gollan. Radical and Working Class Politics: A Study of Eastern Australia, 1850-1910, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Victoria, 1967, p. 27 (footnote 60).
W.G. McMinn. A Constitutional History of Australia, p. 93.

69. Christopher Cunneen. King's Men, pp. 67-68.
Herbert Vere Evatt. The King and His Dominion Governors: A Study of the Reserve Powers of the Crown in Great Britain and the Dominions (Second edition), Frank Cass and Company, London; F.W. Cheshire, Melbourne, 1967.
W.G. McMinn. A Constitutional History of Australia, pp. 146, 148, 150, 155, 156, 161 (155 and 161 especially).

70. Don Chipp. "An Individual View", p. 144.

71. Ross McMullin, The Light On the Hill, p. 59.

72. Brian McKinlay. The ALP: A Short History of the Australian Labor Party, Drummond; Heinemann, Richmond, Vic., 1981, p. 67.

73. W.G. McMinn. A Constitutional History of Australia, pp. 162-163.

74. A. Moore. "Send Lawyers, Guns and Money!", PhD thesis, La Trobe University, 1982, p. 184; cited in: Ross McMullin, The Light On the Hill, p. 180.

75. W.G. McMinn. A Constitutional History of Australia, pp. 162-163.

76. Brian McKinlay. The ALP: A Short History of the Australian Labor Party, p. 152.

77. W.G. McMinn. A Constitutional History of Australia, p. 163.
Ross McMullin. The Light on the Hill, pp. 372-373.
John Pilger. A Secret Country, Vintage, London, 1992, pp. 212-215, 230-231, 236-237.

78. Christopher Cunneen. King's Men, p. 127.
J.T. Lang. I Remember, McNamara's Books, Leura, N.S.W., 1980, pp. 81-85.
W.G. McMinn. A Constitutional History of Australia, pp. 161.

79. Herbert Vere Evatt. The King and His Dominion Governors (Second edition), pp. 30-35.
W.G. McMinn. A Constitutional History of Australia, pp. 155.
Ross McMullin. The Light on the Hill, p. 88.

80. Ross McMullin, The Light On the Hill, p. 79.

81. Colin A. Hughes and B.D. Graham. A Handbook of Australian Government and Politics 1890-1964, Australian National University Press, Canberra, 1968, p. 131.
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Ross McMullin, The Light On the Hill, p. 248.

82. R.D. Lumb. Australian Constitutionalism, p. 78.
Ross McMullin, The Light On the Hill, p. 267.
Tasmanian Parliamentary Library. Parliamentary Museum - Fact Sheet No. S4.

83. Colin A. Hughes and B.D. Graham. A Handbook of Australian Government and Politics 1890-1964, p. 134.
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R.D. Lumb. Australian Constitutionalism, p. 78.

84. Ross McMullin, The Light On the Hill, p. 284.

85. R.D. Lumb. Australian Constitutionalism, pp. 96-97 (endnote 31).

86. Workers News, Sydney, March 1974; cited in: Brian McKinlay. A Documentary History of the Australian Labor Movement 1850-1975, pp. 768-769.

87. Malcolm Turnbull. "Addressing the Republic", pp. 130-131.

88. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, p. 16.

89. Duncan & Elizabeth Wilson. Federation and World Order, Thomas Nelson and Sons, London, 1939, p. 132.

90. John Craig. Australian Politics: A Source Book (Second edition), p. 11.
T.B. Millar. Australia in War and Peace, pp. 264-265.
Duncan & Elizabeth Wilson. Federation and World Order, p. 133.

91. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, p. 16-17.

92. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, p. 19.

93. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, p. 20.

94. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, p. 22.

95. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, p. 103.

96. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, p. 27.

97. Official Year Book of the Commonwealth of Australia, No. 12, 1919, pp. 1025-1027; cited in: Gordon Greenwood and Charles Grimshaw (eds.) Documents on Australian International Affairs 1901-1918, p. 583.

98. The Truth; cited in: John Rickard. "Loyalties", in: John Arnold, Peter Spearritt, and David Walker (eds.) Out of Empire: The British Dominion of Australia, Mandarin, Port Melbourne, 1993, p. 175.

99. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, p. 16-17.

100. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, p. 19.

101. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, p. 21.

102. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, p. 21.

103. Gordon Greenwood and Charles Grimshaw (eds.) Documents on Australian International Affairs 1901-1918, p. 171-177.

104. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, p. 22.

105. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, p. 28.

106. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, p. 28.

107. Wray Vamplew (ed.) Australians: Historical Statistics, Fairfax, Syme and Weldon, Broadway, N.S.W., 1987, p. 415 (Table WR 61-73).

108. Gavin Souter. Lion and Kangaroo: The Initiation of Australia, Pan Macmillan, Sydney, 1992, p. 279.
Wray Vamplew (ed.) Australians: Historical Statistics, pp. 414-415 (Tables WR 49-59 and WR 74-81).

109. Wray Vamplew (ed.) Australians: Historical Statistics, p. 415 (Table WR 82-89).

110. Wray Vamplew (ed.) Australians: Historical Statistics, pp. 415, 417 (Tables WR 82-89, 113-119).

111. T.B. Millar. Australia in War and Peace, pp. 264-265.
Wray Vamplew (ed.) Australians: Historical Statistics, p. 417 (Table WR 113-119).

See also:
The Queensland Ex-POW Reparation Committee. Nippon Very Sorry - Many Men Must Die: Submission to the United Nations Commission of Human Rights (ECOSOC Resolution 1503), Boolarong Publications, Bowen Hills, Queensland, 1990, p. 33.

112. Wray Vamplew (ed.) Australians: Historical Statistics, pp. 414-416 (Tables WR 49-59, 61-73, 74-81, 82-89, 109-112).

113. David McNicoll. "Opinion" (column), The Bulletin, 12 May 1992, p. 34.

114. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, p. 7.

115. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, p. 6.

116. Tom Keneally. Our Republic, p. 147.
Ross McMullin, The Light On the Hill, p. 216.

117. John Craig. Australian Politics: A Source Book (Second edition), p. 44.

118. W.G. McMinn. A Constitutional History of Australia, p. 158.

119. K.H. Bailey. "Attitude to Britain", in: John Arnold, Peter Spearritt, and David Walker (eds.) Out of Empire: The British Dominion of Australia, Mandarin, Port Melbourne, 1993, p. 70.

120. K.H. Bailey. "Attitude to Britain", pp. 70-71.
T.B. Millar. Australia in War and Peace, p. 45 (footnote 53), p. 103 (footnote 19).

121. Bill Murray. Crisis, Conflict and Consensus: Selected Documents Illustrating 200 Years in the Making of Australia, Rigby, Adelaide, 1984, p. 154.

122. John Quick and Robert Garran. The Annotated Constitution of the Australian Commonwealth, p. 624.

123. John Quick and Robert Garran. The Annotated Constitution of the Australian Commonwealth, p. 625.

124. Robin Gollan. Radical and Working Class Politics, pp. 162-163.
J.T. Lang. I Remember, p. 34.
John Quick and Robert Garran. The Annotated Constitution of the Australian Commonwealth, p. 626.

125. Bill Murray. Crisis, Conflict and Consensus, pp. 154-156.
Gordon Greenwood and Charles Grimshaw (eds.) Documents on Australian International Affairs 1901-1918, pp. 387-390, 451 (footnote 2). ADSS A4919.

126. Letter from the Legal Assistant Under-Secretary, Colonial Office (Mr. H. Bertram Cox) to the Under-Secretary of State, Foreign Office, 18 October 1901; cited in: Gordon Greenwood and Charles Grimshaw (eds.) Documents on Australian International Affairs 1901-1918, pp. 391-392.

127. Robin Gollan. Radical and Working Class Politics, p. 164.
"Proceedings of a Conference between the Secretary of State for the Colonies and the Premiers of the Self-Governing Colonies, held at the Colonial Office, London, June and July 1897"; cited in: Gordon Greenwood and Charles Grimshaw (eds.) Documents on Australian International Affairs 1901- 1918, p. 386-387.
John Quick and Robert Garran. The Annotated Constitution of the Australian Commonwealth, p. 627.

128. Graham Fricke. Profiles of Power: The Prime Ministers of Australia, Houghton Mifflin, Ferntree Gully, Victoria, 1990, p. 18.

129. Commonwealth Parliamentary Debates, Vol. IV, 1901-2, pp. 4658-4659, 4660; cited in: Gordon Greenwood and Charles Grimshaw (eds.) Documents on Australian International Affairs 1901-1918, p. 395-396.

130. Ross McMullin, The Light On the Hill, pp. 46-47.

131. Christopher Cunneen. King's Men, pp. 26-28.
W.J. Hudson and M.P. Sharp. Australian Independence, pp. 39-40.

132. Christopher Cunneen. King's Men, p. 64.

133. Christopher Cunneen. King's Men, p. 65.

134. Christopher Cunneen. King's Men, pp. 65-66.
W.J. Hudson and M.P. Sharp. Australian Independence, p. 40.
Malcolm Turnbull. Cited in: Tom Keneally. Our Republic, William Heinemann, Port Melbourne, 1993, p. 145.

135. Christopher Cunneen. King's Men, pp. 65-66.
W.J. Hudson and M.P. Sharp. Australian Independence, p. 40.

136. Christopher Cunneen. King's Men, p. 66.

137. Christopher Cunneen. King's Men, pp. 66-67.

138. Dennis Atkins. "Bitterness in Cocos Transfer", The Sun [Melbourne], 6 January 1996, p. 30.

139. W.J. Hudson and M.P. Sharp. Australian Independence, p. 17.

140. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, pp. 15-16.

141. W.G. McMinn. A Constitutional History of Australia, p. 157.

142. A.A. Calwell. Labor's Role in Modern Society (Revised edition), Lansdowne Press, Melbourne, 1965, pp. 162-163.

143. Official Report of the Thirty-First Convention of the Australian Workers' Union [held in Sydney], January to February 1917, p. 16; cited in:Gordon Greenwood and Charles Grimshaw (eds.) Documents on Australian International Affairs 1901-1918, p. 735.

144. Stephen Alomes. "Australian Nationalism in the Eras of Imperialism and 'Internationalism'", in: John Arnold, Peter Spearritt, and David Walker (eds.) Out of Empire: The British Dominion of Australia, Mandarin, Port Melbourne, 1993, p. 175.

145. Stephen Alomes. "Australian Nationalism in the Eras of Imperialism and 'Internationalism'", p. 175.

146. Tom Keneally. Our Republic, p. 172.
Ross McMullin, The Light On the Hill, p. 36.

147. Tom Keneally. Our Republic, p. 172.
Ross McMullin, The Light On the Hill, p. 123.

148. John Craig. Australian Politics: A Source Book (Second edition), p. 46.
A.J. Grassby. "Community Relations Means Us All", in: Margarita Bowen (ed.) Australia 2000: The Ethnic Impact, University of New England, Armidale, N.S.W., 1977, p. 8.

149. A.J. Grassby. "Community Relations Means Us All", p. 9.
James Jupp (ed.) The Australian People, Angus and Robertson, North Ryde, NSW, 1988, p. 977.
T.B. Millar. Australia in War and Peace, p. 134.
Peter Spearritt. "The British Dominion of Australia", pp. 10-11.

150. William Byrne. Republic Vs. Monarchy, The Institute of Australian Culture, Watsonia, Victoria, 1995, p. 5.

151. E.M Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, pp. 10-12.
Ross McMullin, The Light On the Hill, p. 59.
Joanna Penglase and David Horner. When the War Came to Australia: Memories of the Second World War, Allen and Unwin, St. Leonards, NSW, 1992, p. 167.

152. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, p. 11.

153. Ross McMullin, The Light On the Hill, p. 92.

154. Stewart Firth and Jeanette Hoorn "From Empire Day to Cracker Night", in: John Arnold, Peter Spearritt, and David Walker (eds.) Out of Empire: The British Dominion of Australia, Mandarin, Port Melbourne, 1993, p. 131.
The Worker (Brisbane), 27 May 1905; cited in: Gordon Greenwood and Charles Grimshaw (eds.) Documents on Australian International Affairs 1901- 1918, p. 54.

155. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, pp. 11-12, 183-185, 188.

156. Tom Keneally. Our Republic, pp. 13, 15.

157. E.M. Andrews. The ANZAC Illusion, p, 185.




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