One of the most important social and political issues in Australia is the present
and future position of Aborigines in the wider Australian community. Although since
the 1967 referendum, Aborigines have achieved equality with other Australians in the
eyes of the law in all states but Queensland, in practice, they have not achieved equal
status. This is despite the current tolerance of cultural diversity, which is greater
than at any time in the past. A central problem in the relationship...[Show more]
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