Administrative Arrangements in Australian Indigenous Affairs: Will they Ever Settle?
To begin, a quote about administrative arrangements in Australian Indigenous affairs from Prime Minister Gough Whitlam in April 1973, addressing ‘State Ministers concerned with Aboriginal Affairs’. Having referred to the Commonwealth's new power flowing from the 1967 referendum and declared his government's intention to ‘assume full responsibility for policy’, Whitlam went on to say that it was not the ‘aim to establish an omnibus Department of Aboriginal Affairs’. Rather, the new government...[Show more]
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