How John Howard Positioned Himself as Indigenous Australia's Champion
As prime minister from 1996 to 2007, John Howard found it necessary to try to project himself as sympathetic to Indigenous Australians, but this was not easy for the leader of a government committed to the conspicuous reversal of policy wins by Indigenous Australians under the Hawke and Keating governments (1983–96). Howard’s summary term, in Lazarus Rising, for the policy paradigm from which he wished his government to break was ‘separate development’. In this article, I argue against taking...[Show more]
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