Australia's Immigration Revolution
How well is Australia handling immigration at a time of increased international and ethnic tensions? Australia's Immigration Revolution examines the social impact of the huge increase in Australia's immigration program over the past decade. In 2006 Australia's population was 20.7 million. It is projected to reach 23 million in 2014. What is driving this rapid population growth, and how is the Rudd government dealing with immigration at a time of recession? The diversification of the immigration...[Show more]
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