Emergency Powers In Australia

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Emergency Powers In Australia

Author : H. P. Lee
ISBN : 9781107166530
Genre : Law
File Size : 67.54 MB
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A lucid analysis of the constitutional and legal issues arising from Australian governmental responses to various sorts of emergencies.
Category: Law

Emergency Powers Continuation Act

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary
ISBN : SRLF:A0000135491
Genre : War and emergency powers
File Size : 25.91 MB
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Considers legislation to extend selected WWII legislative programs and emergency powers concerning military and Federal personnel, construction programs, patent controls, military and veterans housing programs, foreign trade regulations, war claims procedure, and emergency transportation controls.
Category: War and emergency powers

Emergency Powers In A Time Of Pandemic

Author : Alan Greene
ISBN : 9781529215410
Genre : Law
File Size : 51.47 MB
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Written by an expert on constitutional law and human rights, this accessible book explores how human rights, democracy and the rule of law can be protected during a pandemic and how emergency powers can best be ended once it wanes.
Category: Law

Australian Book Review

Author :
ISBN : UOM:39015058390686
Genre : Australian literature
File Size : 74.26 MB
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Category: Australian literature

Federalism

Author : Ian Copland
ISBN : UOM:39015041637359
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 26.41 MB
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Seminar papers.
Category: Political Science

War On The Homefront

Author : Kay Saunders
ISBN : WISC:89052054434
Genre : Human rights
File Size : 72.60 MB
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Study which uses the example of Queensland's wartime experiences to examine how war can divide rather than unite home front communities. During World War II, the Queensland state government increased its powers and legitimised prejudicial treatment of minorities such as visiting black soldiers, unionists and communists, and resident Japanese and German citizens. The author is a reader and associate professor in history at the University of Queensland. Her other publications include 'Race Relations in Colonial Queensland' and 'Workers in Bondage'.
Category: Human rights

Emergency In Indian Constitution

Author : Shivraj B. Nakade
ISBN : UOM:39015023602017
Genre : Constitutional history
File Size : 24.72 MB
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Category: Constitutional history

Emergency Powers In Peacetime

Author : David Bonner
ISBN : UOM:39015049015418
Genre : Grande-Bretagne - Constitutionnel (droit)
File Size : 54.98 MB
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Category: Grande-Bretagne - Constitutionnel (droit)

Regionalism And National Identity

Author : Mahendra Prasad Singh
ISBN : UVA:X002622050
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 86.6 MB
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Contributed articles on the causes and probable resolutions of recent inequities in political confederation and regional economic disparities.
Category: Social Science