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Australia's model T Constitution (by David Donovan and Mike Keating)

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Bringing about an Australian republic and a truly independent Australian nation is not easy.

DESPITE polls indicating that most people want the change, politicians are wary of the issue, amendments to the Constitution are difficult to pass and there is a small but vocal opposition who will say almost anything to help prevent it.

The opponents of change, mostly monarchists, use three tactics in their attempts to shore up the status quo: scare campaigns, stalling tactics and arguments that change is unnecessary or redundant.

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