The development of the New Zealand Constitution; Clark, Roger Stenson; 1974; 201...

Name/Title

The development of the New Zealand Constitution

Maker

Clark, Roger Stenson

Maker Role

Author

About this object

New Zealand constitutional history falls into three main periods: the crown Colony period from 1840 to 1853; the period of the shift of power from 1853 to about 1947; and the final period of undoubted independence. Most of this book is devoted to the middle period. Contents: The Crown Colony period -- Introduction of responsible government -- Transfer of the executive power -- Transfer of the legislative power -- Electoral system -- Some miscellaneous matters.

Date Made

1974

Publisher

NZ. Dept of Education, School Publications Branch

Publication Place

Hamilton

Series Title

Bulletin for schools. E.

Subject and Association Keywords

Constitutional history -- New Zealand

Subject and Association Keywords

New Zealand -- Politics and government

Named Collection

Thomas & Bridget Gallagher Library

Object Type

Book

Object number

2014.1.0491

Spine Label

342.993 CLA

Rights

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