Last week in the Australian, Professor George Williams wrote a column lamenting the plight of the ‘Yes’ campaign in the looming constitutional referendum. One claim Williams made was that the framers of our constitution ‘set the bar for success deliberately high’ because change here requires winning both a majority of votes nationwide in a referendum as well as a majority in a majority of states.
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