Australia Will Never Become Fully Mature as a Nation Until It Becomes a Republic
Australia will never become mature as a nation until it becomes a republic. For over one hundred years, Australia has been acting and governing itself almost entirely autonomous of Britain. It has developed a significant culture, and national identity of it?s own, vastly different to that of Britain and yet it retains the British monarch as its head of state. The monarch is a now obsolete parental figure, overshadowing Australia, its part in world politics, and the international economy. Having a citizen of an older country presiding over a younger suggests that the younger country is unable to look after itself, and needs supervision. This is clearly not so, Australia is an independent, industrial world power. In addition, the monarchy is at odds with Australian values, as it is an hereditary and inherently sexist title; it is ?unAustralian?.…
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