The Federal Story
Author: Alfred Deakin
Hard cover, with dust jacket - very good condition (some tears to dust jacket). 1944 edition.
"The Federal Story" by Alfred Deakin is a seminal work that delves into the historical journey and development of Australia's federal system of government. Drawing from his firsthand experiences as one of the founding fathers and a key figure in the Federation movement, Deakin provides a comprehensive and insightful account of the challenges, debates, and negotiations that culminated in the establishment of the Commonwealth of Australia in 1901. Through meticulous research and analysis, Deakin explores the intricate political landscape, highlighting the diverse interests, ideologies, and compromises that shaped the federal structure. This seminal book serves as a valuable resource for understanding the origins and evolution of Australian federalism, making it an essential read for anyone interested in the country's political history.
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