Race Relations in Australia: A History
Detailed account of the ideology and practice of European racial discrimination against Aborigines, Islanders and Chinese; examines the history of discriminatory legislation and policies in each State during the early colonization period; briefer accounts of the White Australia Policy and the post-war period.
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