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There's a strong case to be made for constitutional monarchies. But there's no case for one in Australia

By Dennis Altman, Professorial Fellow in Human Security, La Trobe University
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A new book argues no-one writing an Australian constitution today would argue for creating a head of state on the other side of the world who is hand-picked by the head of government.

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