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  • ISBN 0582810272
  • ISBN13 978-0582810273
  • Author Lovell/McAllister/Maley/Kukathas
  • Publisher Addison Wesley Longman; Second Edition edition (1998)
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LOVELL, David; MCALLISTER, Ian; MALEY, William; and KUKATHAS, Chandran, "The Australian political system" (1995).

Curriculum Vitae Chandran KUKATHAS Chair of Political Theory Department of Government London School of Economics January 2015 1. Personal details Name: Chandran KUKATHAS Date and Place of Birth: 12 September 1957. Personal details Name: Chandran KUKATHAS Date and Place of Birth: 12 September 1957, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Citizenship: Australian Office Address: Department of Government London School of Economics Houghton Street London WC2A 2AE UK Telephones: (020) (office) Fax: (020)

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Lovell, McAllister, Maley & Kukathas, The Australian Political System, (Longman, 1998), p77. Peter Hennessy’s new book hasn’t persuaded me that its central preoccupation, the current dispute over prime ministerial power and its extent, is not sterile and, indeed, rather boring – yet it is a splendid read. The truth is that the Westminster system is quite inadequately democratic and transparent, and Hennessy is, if anything, too respectful and conventional in his proposals about how the office might be reformed.