Redefining Australians: Immigration, Citizenship, and National Identity
This book provides the historical context for current debates on national identity, the need for a republic, the meaning of citizenship, and immigration. It details the reforms essential to successfully absorb a diverse migrant population.
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Eroding Australian national identity
Seeking workers for a new Australia
Government accommodation for migrants
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