This time last century, an Australian Constitution was a hot topic of conversation in the colonies. Our forebears held Constitutional Conventions, where people met to talk, argue and, eventually, to agree, on a blue-print for Australia in the twentieth century.
"Hold a constitutional convention in your classroom,"
The National Legal Eagle:
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Available at: http://epublications.bond.edu.au/nle/vol3/iss1/3