Three nations, not one: Indigenous and other Australian poverty
Benjamin Disraeli originally coined the phrase ‘Two Nations’ in 1845 to characterise the chasm between rich and poor in Victorian England. While the differential in access to resources has been reduced this century by the development of the welfare state, there is ongoing concern about the level of inequality in Australia. This paper attempts to develop, and sustain, the metaphor that there are three Nations in Australia: the rich, the poor non-indigenous Australians and indigenous Australians....[Show more]
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