Indigenous affairs after the Howard decade: An administrative revolution while defying decolonisation.
How will the Indigenous affairs policies of the first decade of the Howard government be remembered in years to come? No doubt Prime Minister Howard and his first three ministers for Indigenous affairs, John Herron, Philip Ruddock and Amanda Vanstone would like them to be remembered as constructive and reformist. Indeed in early 2005 Amanda Vanstone used the phrase the ‘quiet revolution’ to describe the recent development of new arrangements in Indigenous affairs after the abandonment of...[Show more]
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|Source:||Howard Decade Conference, Canberra, 3-4 March 2006|
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