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Australia Reshaped: 200 Years of Institutional Transformation (Reshaping Australian Institutions) by Geoffrey Brennan
Citizenship and Indigenous Australians: Changing Conceptions and Possibilities (Reshaping Australian Institutions) by Nicolas Peterson
Culture in Australia: Policies, Publics and Programs (Reshaping Australian Institutions)
Deliberative Democracy in Australia: The Changing Place of Parliament (Reshaping Australian Institutions) by John Uhr
A Federal Republic: Australia's Constitutional System of Government (Reshaping Australian Institutions) by Brian Galligan
Gender and Institutions: Welfare, Work and Citizenship (Reshaping Australian Institutions) by Moira Gatens
Governing Australia: Studies in Contemporary Rationalities of Government by Mitchell Dean
Judging Democracy: The New Politics of the High Court of Australia (Reshaping Australian Institutions) by Haig Patapan
Living Feminism: The Impact of the Women's Movement on Three Generations of Australian Women (Reshaping Australian Institutions) by Chilla Bulbeck
Reviving the Fourth Estate: Democracy, Accountability and the Media (Reshaping Australian Institutions) by Julianne Schultz

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