This book concerns the re-entry of Aborigines into Australian life - specifically the life of urban Adelaide - after generations of restriction to isolated rural areas. Aborigines are moving into Australian cities in increasing numbers - in 1957 one in sixteen of South Australia's Aborigines lived in Adelaide, by 1966 one in four did so. Some adjust easily to city life, others face seemingly insoluble problems of housing and employment, social tensions, health and welfare, education and law....[Show more]
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