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Acknowledgements 

The Author would like to thank the following people for their generous support and assistance in writing this paper; The Premier, Dr Geoff Gallop; His Excellency, Lieutenant General John Sanderson, Governor of Western Australia; The Director of The Constitutional Centre of Western Australia, Betty O’Rourke; Kevin Skipworth; Janice Dudley; Bill Hassell; Harry Phillips; David Black; Patricia Brown; and Mala Dharmananda