A Matter of Justice

A Matter of Justice

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State of Australian race relations in the mid 1970s.

A Matter of Justice

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The Aboriginal 'Embassy' on the lawns outside Parliament House, Canberra, was a striking symbol of the dissatisfaction many Aborigines feel with the justice they receive under the white man's law. This book demonstrates how that justice discriminates against Aboriginal Australians and discusses the plight of Aboriginal employees in northern cattle stations, fringe dwellers in country towns, those living in the cities and those still on managed reserves. The author surveys the state of Australian race relations and makes a number of suggestions regarding the situation in the mid 1970s.

Softcover, 350pgs, index. Very good, cover slightly marked, owners name within.

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Short Description State of Australian race relations in the mid 1970s.
Weight (g) 370.0000
Author C. D. Rowley
Publisher Australian National University Press
Date Published 1978
ISBN 0708106587
Size 212mm x 140mm

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