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End Notes and Bibliography

Republicanism as an intellectual movement in multicultural Australia
October 14 1991. © 1991 & 1995.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

ALOMES, Stephen, A Nation At Last?, Angus and Robertson Publishers, Australia, 1988.

ALTMAN, D., Rehearsals for Change: Politics and Culture in Australia, Fontana, Sydney, 1979.

BOLTON, G.C., “Labour Comes to Charters Towers”, Labour History, no.1, January 1962, pp.25-34.

BRYM, Robert J., Intellectuals and Politics, George Allen and Unwin, London, 1980.

Bureau of Immigration Research, Australian Citizenship-Statistical report no.1, Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra, 1990.

CASTLES, Stephen et al, Mistaken Identity, Pluto Press, Sydney, 1988.

CHURCHWARD, Lloyd (ed), The Australian Labor Movement 1850-1907, Historical Documents selected by Noel Ebbels, Hale & Ironmonger Pty Ltd, Sydney, 1983.

BUCKLEY, Brian, Dawning of a Republic, Oberon Enterprises Pty Ltd, Sydney, 1979.

DUTTON, Geoffrey (ed), Republican Australia?, Sun Books, Melbourne, 1977. Snow on the Saltbush, Penguin Books, Australia, 1985.

GILES, Richard (ed), For and Against: an anthology of public issues in Australia, Brooks Waterloo, 1988.

HANSARD, Historic House, 1985-

HANSARD, Weekly Senate, 1985-

HEAD, Brian and WALTER, James (eds), Intellectual Movements and Australian Society, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 1988.

HIRST, J.B., The Strange Birth of Colonial Democracy, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1988.

HORNE, Donald, Ideas for a Nation, Pan Books, Australia, 1989.
_______, Death of the Lucky Country, Penguin Books, Australia, 1976.
_____________, The Lucky Country, Penguin Books, Australia, 1964.

JUPP, James (ed), Ethnic Politics in Australia, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1984.

LLOYD, Clem and CLARK, Andrew, Kerr’s King Hit!, Cassell Australia, Australia, 1976.

MAYER, Henry (ed), Australian Politics, a reader, Cheshire, Australia, 1967.

McLACHLAN, Noel, Waiting For The Revolution, Penguin Books, Australia, 1989.

OAKES, Laurie and SOLOMAN , David, The Making of an Australian Prime Minister, Cheshire Publishing, Melbourne, 1973.

Office of Multicultural Affairs, National Agenda for a Multicultural Australia, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Austrlian Government Publishing Service, Canberra, July 1989.

PILGER, John, A Secret Country, Vintage, London, 1990.

RIVETT, Kenneth (ed), Australia and the Non-White Migrant, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1975.

ROBERTSON, Geoffrey and BERRY, Michael, Blood on the Wattle, Educational Resource Kit, ABC TV for the Commonwealth Attorney General’s Dept, p.8-9.

SOLOMAN, David, Elect the Governor-General, Nelson, Australia, 1976.

WHITE, Richard, Inventing Australia, Allen & Unwin Australia Pty Ltd, Australia, 1981.

WINTERTON, George, Monarchy to Republic: Australian Republican Government, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 1986.

WHITLAM, Gough, The Truth of the Matter, Penguin, Australia, 1979.

WILLMOT, Eric, Australia The Last Experiment, 1986 Boyer Lectures published by ABC Enterprises for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 1987.

JOURNAL AND NEWSPAPER ARTICLES:

The Republican, 1887-1888

The Bulletin, 1884-1901

Anonymous, “Where to with the Constitution?”, Editorial, Sydney Morning Herald, 6 Jume 1991.

Anonymous, “Death of a Governor-General”, obituary, Sydney Morning Herald,, 26 March 1991, p.6.

ARMITAGE, Catherine, “Royal Fantasy”, Sydney Morning Herald, 11 February 1991, p.12.

AITKEN, Don, “Republicanism: a minor issue and one that’s likely to remain so”, The National Times, 14 March 1977.

BLACKTON, Charles S., “The Dawn of Australian National Feeling, 1950-1856″, The Pacific Historical Review, v.24, no.2 May 1955, p.122.
___________, “Australian Nationality and Nationalism 1850-1900″, Historical Studies, Melbourne University, v.9 May 1961, pp.351-365.

BROADBENT, David, “A republic in which all share”, The Age, 2 February 1983.

BRYANT, Gordon, “Australia is not the Queen’s affair”, The Australian, 13 February 1978.

CLARK, Manning, “Time for new institutions”, The Age, 5 March 1977.

CULLEN, Richard, “The Republic of Australia”, Law Institute Journal, v.62 (12), December 1988, p.1166.

COWEN, Sir Zelman, “The Australian Republic”, The Bulletin, July 23, 1977.

DAY, HOLLINGS and DARROCH, “Gough would keep Kerr but we’ll have a republic in time”, The Australian,20 October 1976.

DUTTON, Geoffrey, “Lets Go Republican in 1988″, Bulletin, April 14, 1981.

HASLUCK, Paul, “Republican Pie: a lawyer’s book of recipies”, Quadrant, vol.32, no.6, June, 1988.

HARRISON, Red, “Was the Royal Tour worth all the trouble and expense?”, Listener, 21 April, 1983.

HENDERSON, Gerard, “Libs again evade the burning issues”, Sydney Morning Herald, 10 September 1991, p.13.

HIRST, John, “A Quiet Way to an Australian Republic”, Overland, no.112, October 1988.

HOWARD, Colin, “Why we should be a republic”, The Age, 10 March 1977.

JUDDERY, Bruce, “But what sort of republic do the reformers want?”, The Canberra Times, 9 March 1977.

LUMBY, Catherine, “Its time for a republic”, Sydney Morning Herald, 4 April 1991.
_______________, “Republic is inevitable, says Hawke”, Sydney Morning Herald, 6 June 1991.

MANSFIELD, B., “The Background to Radical Republicanism in New South Wales in the 1880s”, Historical Studies, v.5, no.20, May 1953.

McQUEEN, Humphrey, 1987 Republican of the Year Address, Newsletter (Citizens for Democracy), Lane Cove, NSW, no.2, July 1988.

McDONALD, R.J., “Republicanism in the Fifties: the case of John Dumnore Lang”, Royal Australian Historical Society Journal, v.50, part 4.

MILLIKEN, Robert, “The new, confused republics”, The National Times, 19 September 1977.

MURRAY, Les, “The Coming Republic”, Quadrant, vol.20, April 1976.
“Battle Flag of the Republic”, Nation Review, 3 March 1977.

REYNOLDS, Henry, “Signs of a thaw in the monarchical ice age?”, Australian Society, November 1990.

RODERICK, Colin, “Formative Years of Henry Lawson”, Royal Australian Historical Society Journal, v.45, part 3.

STEPHENS, Peter, “Still for Commonwealth and Queen” (Saulwick-Age Poll), The Age, 9 May 1988, p.6.

TRACEY, Richard, “A Case for the Constitutional Monarchy”, Law Institute Journal, v.62 (12), December 1988, p.1167.

OLIPHANT, Sir Mark, “Republics do not lead to happiness”, The Age, 5 March 1977.

WARHURST, John, “Political Studies and the Monarchy”, Politics, 23(1), May, 1988, pp.1-7.

WINTERTON, George, “An Australian Republic”, Melbourne University Law Review, v.16 (3), June 1988, pp.467-481.

MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL

Anonymous, Australian Republican Movement, media release for the launch of -, 7 July 1991.

Anonymous, Republican Party of Australia manifesto, Federal Election, 24 March 1990.

Anonymous, Republican Party of Australia, Statement of Objectives, Croydon, Victoria,

Parliamentary Library Legislative Research Service, Republicanism and the Constitution, unpublished paper, Canberra, 1983.

Parliamentary Library Legislative Research Service, Steps required to move Australia to Republican status, unpublished paper, Canberra, 1979.

SCHACHT, Senator Chris, “Constitutional Change: A Vision for Australia”, speech given at the Fabian Society Conference “Labor in the Nineties”, Parkville, Vic., 29 April 1990.

URBAN, Paul, election pamphlet for the New Australian Republican Party, Sydney, 1990.

“One Australia”, A.B.C. Television, 15 February 1991.

PERSONAL INTERVIEWS

ARENA, The Hon.Franca M.L.C.(Labor), Parliament House, Sydney, 28 August 1991.

BUCKLEY, Brian, co-founder Republican Party of Australia, Sydney, 8 April 1991.

JONES, The Hon.Barry, Member of Parliament (Lalor), Parliament House, Canberra, 10 April 1991.

FULLER-QUINN, Babs, co-founder Citizens for Democracy, Sydney, 5 April 1991.

MORRIS, Allan, Member of Parliament (Newcastle), Parliament House, Canberra, 9 April 1991.

PINCUS, Justice C.W., Federal Court of Australia, Brisbane, 17 July 1991.

POZO, Santiago, Editor, The Spanish Herald, Sydney, 30 August 1991.

SCHACHT, Chris, Labor Senator, Parliament House, Canberra, 10 April 1991.

URBAN, Paul, founder New Australian Republican Party, Sydney, 5 April 1991.

END NOTES

1. REYNOLDS, Henry, “Signs of a thaw in the monarchical ice-age?”, Australian Society, November 1990, pp.22-23.
2. ROBERTSON, Geoffrey and BERRY, Michael, Blood on the Wattle, Educational Resource Kit, ABC TV for the Commonwealth Attorney General’s Dept, p.8-9.
3. ROBERTSON, op cit, p.12.
4. ROBERTSON, op cit, p.14.
5. quoted in REYNOLDS, op cit, p.23.
6. HEAD, Brian and WALTER, James (eds), Intellectual Movements and Australian Society, Oxford University Press, Australia, 1988, i.
7. HEAD and WALTER, op cit, p.4.
8. HEAD and WALTER, op cit, p.1. 9. HEAD and WALTER, op cit, p.9.
10. SCHACHT, Senator Chris, Weekly Senate Hansard, 9 May 1990, p.78.
11. WHITE, Richard, Inventing Australia, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1987, ix.
12. McLACHLAN, Noel, Waiting for the Revolution, Penguin, Australia, 1989, p.3.
13. BLACKTON, Charles Stuart, “Australian Nationality and Nationalism, 1850-1900″, Historical Studies, University of Melbourne, v.9 May 1961, pp.352.
14. BLACKTON, Charles S., “The Dawn of Australian National Feeling, 1950-1856″, The Pacific Historical Review, v.24, no.2 May 1955, p.122.
15. WHITE, op cit, p.29.
16. WHITE, op cit, p.267.
17. McDONALD, R.J., “Republicanism in the Fifties: the case of John Dunmore Lang”, Royal Australian Historical Society Journal, v.50, part 4, p.272.
18. BLACKTON 1955, op cit, p.126.
19. Quoted in McDONALD, op cit, p.265.
20. HORNE, Donald, Ideas for a Nation, Pan, Sydney, 1989, p.160.
21. BLACKTON 1955, op cit, p.126.
22. BLACKTON 1955, op cit, p.273.
23. WHITE, op cit, p.47.
24. WHITE, op cit, p.53.
25. BLACKTON 1955, op cit, p.134.
26. BLACKTON 1955, op cit, p.270.
27. MANSFIELD, B., “The Background to Radical Republicanism in New South Wales in the 1880s”, Historical Studies, v.5, no.20, May 1953, p.338.
28. BlACKTON, 1961 op cit, p.359.
29. MANSFIELD, op cit, p.338.
30. MANSFIELD, op cit, p.97.
31. RODERICK, Colin, “Formative years of Henry Lawson”, Royal Australian Historical Society Journal, v.45, part 3, 1959, p.106.
32. MANSFIELD, op cit, p.339.
33. The Bulletin, 18 April 1885, p.5.
34. The Republican July 4 1887, p.2, Sydney.
35. The Bulletin, 30 November 1889, p.5.
36. The Bulletin, 30 November 1889, p.5.
37. The Bulletin, 27 June 1891, p.6.
38. The Bulletin, 28 June 1891, p.3.
39. McLACHLAN, op cit, p.156.
40. BLACKTON 1955, op cit, p.124.
41. HIRST, J.B., The Strange Birth of Colonial Democracy, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1988, p.7.
42. HIRST, op cit, p.4.
43. HIRST, op cit, p.4.
44. HEAD, Brian and WALTER, James, Intellectual Movements and Australian Society, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 1988, p.10.
45. McLACHLAN, op cit, p.157.
46. BOLTON, G.C., “Labour comes to Charters Towers”, Labour History, no.1, January 1962, p.27.
47. BOLTON, op cit, p.31.
48. BRYM, Robert, Intellectuals and Politics, Allen and Unwin, London, 1980, p.25.
49. The Republican, 7 January 1888, p.2.
50. McLACHLAN, op cit, p.165.
51. MANSFIELD, op cit, p.345.
52. CONSANDINE, Peter, Manifesto of the Republican party of Australia for the Federal election, 24 March 1990, authorised by Bevan Ferguson, Sydney, March 1990.
53. URBAN, Paul, election pamphlet for the New Australian Republican Party, Sydney, 1990.
54. JUPP, James (ed), Ethnic Politics in Australia, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1984. See also the Jupp reference in previous chapter.
55. URBAN, op cit.
56. URBAN, Paul, personal interview, Sydney, 5 April 1991.
57. BRYM, op cit, p.17.
58. CONSANDINE, op cit.
59. Candidates have stood for state and federal elections previously but as independents because the party was not registered. Republican Party of Australia rally, organised by Peter Consandine, Sydney, 24 August 1991.
60. EVANS, Gareth, speaker, “God Save the Queen? Australia as a republic”, Sydney, 1982.
61. WARHURST, John, “Political Studies and the Monarchy”, Politics, 23(1), May 1988, pp.1-7.
62. EVANS, op cit.
63. Sydney Morning Herald, 6 April 1991.
64. SCHACHT, Senator Chris, personal interview, Parliament House, Canberra, 11 April 1991.
65. SCHACHT, op cit.
66. McCLELLAND, James, “A Labor View”, Republican Australia?, DUTTON, Geoffrey (ed), Sun Books, Melbourne, 1977, p.134.
67. WARHURST op cit, p.6.
68. McCLELLAND, op cit, p.138.
69. CHIPP, Don, “An Individual View”, in Republican Australia?, DUTTON, Geoffrey (ed), Sun Books, Melbourne, 1977, p.142.
70. Sydney Morning Herald, 17 July 1991.
71. SCHACHT, Senator Chris, “Constitutional Change: A Vision for Australia”, Fabian Society Conference, Labor in the Nineties, Parkville, 29 April 1990.
72. ARENA, Franca M.L.C., personal interview, Parliament House, Sydney, 28 August 1991.
73. media release: The Launch of the Australian Republican Movement, Sunday 7 July 1991.
74. Morgan Gallup Poll, April 1966, no.183. 75. National Times, 15 February 1977.
76. PINCUS, Justice C.W., An Australian Republic, Constitutional Centenery Conference, Sydney, April, 1991.
77. For example the Age-Sydney Morning Herald Poll, 11 December 1976 which asked respondants whether they would prefer to remain in the Commonwealth with a Governor-General, or become an independent republic with its own President.
78. HORNE, Donald, “A Case for a Republic”, in DUTTON op cit, p.13.
79. REYNOLDS, Henry,”Sign of a thaw in the monarchical ice-age?”, Australian Society, November 1990, p.23.
80. The Parliamentary Library Legislative Research Service, Law and Government Group, Parliament House, Canberra, “A Republican Australia: some notes” (unpublished paper), 21 January 1977, p.4.
81. SOLOMAN, David, Elect the Governor-General, Thomas Nelson, Australia, 1976.
82. SOLOMAN, op cit, p.31.
83. LLOYD, CLem and CLARK, Andrew, Kerr’s King Hit, Cassell, Australia, 1976, p.65.
84. LLOYD and CLARK, op cit, p.65.
85. LLOYD and CLARK, op cit, p.68.
86. HORNE, in DUTTON, op cit, p.18. 87. HORNE, Death of the Lucky Country, Penguin, Australia, 1976, p.96-7.
88. HORNE 1976, op cit, p.73
89. SOLOMAN, op cit, p.82.
90. HORNE, in DUTTON op cit, p.18.
91. ALOMES, Stephen, A Nation At Last?, Angus and Robertson, Australia, 1988, p.14.
92. ALOMES, op cit, p.261.
93. ALOMES, op cit, p.262.
94. PINCUS, op cit, p.3.
95. HORNE, Donald, The Lucky Country, Penguin Books, Australia, 1964, p.106.
96. Multicultural Policies and Programmes: an overview, Dept of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Aust Govt Publishing Service, Canberra, May 1990, p.v.
97. Multicultural Policies and Programmes: an overview, op cit, p.91.
98. Multicultural Policies and Programmes: an overview, op cit, p.95.
99. PINCUS, Justice C.W., Federal Court of Australia, personal interview, Brisbane, 17 July 1991.
100. HORNE, op cit, p.100.
101. WHITE, Richard, Inventing Australia, Allen and Unwin, Sudney, 1981, p.150.
102. URBAN, Paul, New Australian Republican Party, personal interview, Sydney, 5 April 1991.
103. This was part of the Bulletin’s slogan and lasted until the 1960s.
104. National Agenda for a Multicultural Australia, Dept of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Aust Govt Publishing Service, Canberra, 1989, p.vii.
105. “One Australia”, ABC Television, 15 February 1991.
106. CASTLES, Stephen et al, Mistaken Identity, Pluto Press, Sydney, 1988, p.145.
107. CASTLES et al, op cit, p.103.
108. CASTLES et al, op cit, p.105.
109. CASTLES et al, op cit, p.7.
110. “One Australia”, ABC Television, 15 February 1991. 111. CASTLES et al, op cit, p.133.
112. WHITE, op cit, p.160.
113. WHITE, op cit, p.7.
114. GRASSBY, Al, The Tyranny of Prejudice, Australian Education Press Pty Ltd, Australia, 1984, p.35.
115. GRASSBY, op cit, p.5.
116. “One Australia”, ABC Television, 15 February 1991.
117. CASTLES et al, op cit, p.4.
118. HENDERSON, Gerard, Sydney Morning Herald, 10 September, 1991, p.13.
119. CASTLES et al, op cit, p.142.
120. CASTLES et al, op cit, p.142.
121. CASTLES et al, op cit, p.148.
122. ARENA, Franca, M.L.C.(Labor), personal interview, Parliament House, Sydney, 28 August 1991.
123. “One Australia”, ABC Television, 15 February 1991.
124. CONSANDINE, Peter and URBAN, Paul, “A Republic in Australia”, in GILES, Richard (ed), For and Against: an anthology of public issues in Australia, Brooks Waterloo, Australia, 1989, p.260.
125. CONSANDINE and URBAN, op cit, p.262.
126. JUPP, James (ed), Ethnic Politics in Australia, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1984, p.5.
127. CASTLES et al, op cit, p.8.
128. BROADBENT, David, “A republic in which all share”, interview with Kath Walker, The Age, 2 February 1983, p.7.
129. “One Australia”, ABC Television, 15 February 1991.
130. HOWARD, Colin, “Why we should be a republic”, The Age, 10 March 1977, p.9.
131. WHITE, op cit, p.161. 132. HORNE, in DUTTON op cit, p.15.

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