Aboriginal Embassy, 1972
The Aboriginal Embassy of 1972 is discussed in the thesis as a climax to changes in Aboriginal political consciousness and government policy over the decade which preceded its nine months of protest activity. The adoption of creative, non-violent methods of protest by the Embassy is detailed in contrast with other options considered during the period. Although the question of the appropriate means of protest, and the efficacy of protest action in a democracy are the essential questions...[Show more]
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