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From Subject to Citizen

Australian Citizenship in the Twentieth Century

From Subject to Citizen
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This important, theoretically sophisticated work explores the concepts of liberal democracy, citizenship and rights. Grounded in critical original research, the book examines Australia's political and legal institutions, and traces the history and future of citizenship and the state in Australia. The central theme is that making proofs of belonging to the national culture a precondition of citizenship is inappropriate for a multicultural society such as Australia. This becomes an object lesson for the multicultural regional politics throughout the world.
Cambridge University Press; May 1997
357 pages; ISBN 9780511884559
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