A wordled Constitution

Wordles interpretation of the Australian Constitution
Wordle's interpretation of the Australian Constitution

If you haven’t played with Wordle yet, you should. Feed it your latest article, your thesis, your blog and see what emerges from the cloud.

Some months ago I wordled the Australian Constitution (as you do). Wordle’s expert legal analysis offers a fairly positive assessment of our federal system, suggesting that Commonwealth and state powers are fairly well balanced. Who needs a High Court when you can just count words?

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