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A living force : Andrew Inglis Clark and the ideal of Commonwealth / edited by Richard Ely with Marcus Haward & James Warden
Bib ID 1548031
Format BookBook
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Description Hobart, Tas. : Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies, 2001 
xix, 419 p. : port. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0859019667 (paperback)
Summary

Presents papers by leading Australian historians and lawyers on the ideas and ideals of Andrew Inglis Clark pondering on what is living and what is dead in his legacy. Includes some of Clark's own papers.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Clark, A. Inglis (Andrew Inglis), 1848-1907.  |  Lawyers -- Australia.  |  Federal government -- Australia.  |  Constitutional history -- Australia.  |  Australia -- Politics and government -- 1901-1945.
Other authors/contributors Warden, James  |  Ely, Richard, 1934-  |  Haward, M. G. (Marcus G.)  |  Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies
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