Monitoring 'practical' reconciliation: Evidence from the reconciliation decade, 1991-2001
In this background paper we aim to answer an apparently straightforward question that is rarely asked: how do the outcomes in the period 1991–96, represented by the Federal government and many conservative commentators as a period when symbolic reconciliation was too dominant, compare with those in the period 1996–2001 when a change in government saw a greater policy focus on practical reconciliation.
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