Australian Civil Liberties Union
Reviews of Your Rights 1985 to 2000
Your Rights 2000 is well up to the high
standards of earlier editions. The material is well chosen, well arranged and highly
useful to a wide variety of people. Excellent value at $5.95.
Sir Walter Crocker, former Lieutenant Governor of South Australia (1973-82). Former Australian Ambassador to many countries. Author of 7 books including Australian Ambassador.
Your Rights 1999 is an extraordinary publication
- a must have for just about everyone.
Law Institute Journal
At $4.95 Your Rights 1998 could be one of the
best investments you have ever made. It won't win any design or production awards but it's
all there where you want it.
The Sunday Mail
You don't need a lawyer to explain the ins and cuts of
your legal entitlements. Grab the booklet Your Rights 1998.
Your Rights 1998 provides a valuable public
service. For only $4.95 it contains a lot of information in plain English about a
citizen's legal rights.
Daily Telegraph and Courier Mail.
Your Rights 1998 is a useful consumer-citizen
guide packed with information and advice.
Sunday Herald Sun
At $4.95 Your Rights 1992 is an invaluable guide
to the law.
Your Rights 1991 is full of information that
everybody should know.
Your Rights 1991 is an excellent legal primer
for advising the layman. Well worth $4.95.
Joyce Steele, OBE, Former Minister for Education for South Australia
Your Rights 1988 is a factual booklet for all
who want to know their rights.
Forewarned is forearmed - the answer to many questions
is in Your Rights 1988
The watchdog of individual rights, the ACLU, has
compiled the informative booklet Your Rights 1988.
The Daily Sun
Your Rights 1987 is a very interesting book. It
is invaluable. Every Australian Citizen should have a copy. All the things I want to know
about my rights and procedures are there, told in simple unequivocal language.
Lady Phylis D. Cilento - Author of 14 books.
Your Rights 1987 is valuable, even a necessary
watchdog for the preservation of our type of democratic society.
Sir James Darling, Former Chairman of the ABC
John Bennett, president of the Australian Civil
Liberties Union, details fights with neighbours, among other useful items of legal advice,
in his booklet Your Rights 1987. The book, is at most newsagents.
The Australian Women's Weekly, July 1987
Books that make it easy to be a winner - Your Rights
1987 contains valuable advice
To aid victims of crime the ACLU has included a lengthy
chapter on the subject in Your Rights 1985. Your Rights 1985 has useful
chapters on such thorny subjects as feuding with your neighbours, divorce, consumer's
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