By Nicolas Peterson, Will Sanders
For many of Australia's colonial heritage its indigenous humans were denied complete club in Australian society. This e-book examines the heritage in their citizenship prestige and asks if it is attainable for indigenous Australians to be contributors of a standard society on equivalent phrases with others. best commentators from a number disciplines study old conceptions of indigenous civil rights, think about concerns coming up from contemporary struggles for equality and think about percentages for multicultural citizenship that realize distinction.
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54 The National Aboriginal Consultative Committee wanted executive power rather than an advisory role; indigenous people outside the Northern Territory felt let down over the failure to extend land rights to the States; and the Torres Strait Islanders were apprehensive that changes to the border might be made in the process of granting independence to Papua New Guinea, resulting in some populated islands changing countries. Despite its anti-Whitlam Government origins and rhetoric, Malcolm Fraser's Commonwealth Coalition government did not greatly undo 20 INTRODUCTION what Whitlam had done in indigenous affairs.
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