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Top : Parliamentary Government : Dissolution

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  • Australian Constitutional Convention, Horbart, 27-29 October 1976. Minutes of Proceedings and Official Record ofDebates. Melbourne: Government Printer, 1977.
  • Beckett, Colin. "Reflections on a Television Series: Dismissal." Social Survey 32 (June 1983): 144-147.
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