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Federalism refers to the distribution of power between the federal and state governments in Australia.

Federalism refers to the distribution of power between the federal and state governments in Australia. Over the years this power distribution has been significantly shifted in favor of federal government. This has occurred mostly due to:


1) Government changes

2) Referenda

3) Prime Ministerial decision-making

4) High Court interpretation

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