The article examines the judgment given to the case Thomas v. Mowbray by the High Court in Australia. According to the author, the High Court de-emphasized the importance of the difference between war and peace in delimiting the coverage of the defence power. The article also offers the complete details of the case as well as its legal background and social implications.
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180108 Constitutional Law
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940499 Justice and the Law not elsewhere classified
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