From the hustings to harbour views : electoral institutions in New South Wales 1856-2006

Simms, Marian 2006, From the hustings to harbour views : electoral institutions in New South Wales 1856-2006, University of New South Wales Press, Sydney, N. S. W.

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Title From the hustings to harbour views : electoral institutions in New South Wales 1856-2006
Author(s) Simms, MarianORCID iD for Simms, Marian orcid.org/0000-0001-7768-9270
Publication date 2006
Total pages vii, 181 p.
Publisher University of New South Wales Press
Place of Publication Sydney, N. S. W
Keyword(s) New South Wales
New South Wales. Parliament -- History
Australian Labor Party. New South Wales Branch -- History
Legislative bodies -- New South Wales -- History
New South Wales -- Politics and government -- History
Summary 'Easy to enrol, easy to vote' was the slogan devised by the New South Wales electoral office in the 1980s. How did this system evolve from a British based model to a distinctively Australian one?
ISBN 0868409405
9780868409405
Language eng
Field of Research 160601 Australian Government and Politics
Socio Economic Objective 970116 Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society
HERDC Research category A1.1 Books - authored - research
Copyright notice ©2006, University of New South Wales Press
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