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The politics of suffering : indigenous Australia and the end of the liberal consensus

The Politics of Suffering Combining original observation with deep emotional engagement, this provocative book argues that, despite claims to the contrary, the quality of life of indigenous Australians did not improve between 1970 and the year 2000. Debunking past attempts to improve the tragic situation of many Aboriginal communities, this record discusses the reforms that granted land rights and encouraged traditional cu... Full description