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The Resource Due inheritance : reviving the cultural and economic wellbeing of First Australians : a model for consideration, Ted Egan

Due inheritance : reviving the cultural and economic wellbeing of First Australians : a model for consideration, Ted Egan

Label
Due inheritance : reviving the cultural and economic wellbeing of First Australians : a model for consideration
Title
Due inheritance
Title remainder
reviving the cultural and economic wellbeing of First Australians : a model for consideration
Statement of responsibility
Ted Egan
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Annotation pending
Cataloging source
ANL
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1932-
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Egan, Ted
Dewey number
305.89915
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
Target audience
general
Label
Due inheritance : reviving the cultural and economic wellbeing of First Australians : a model for consideration, Ted Egan
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
Introduction - The accident of birth -- The present state of play -- Black and white issues - The non-Aboriginal point of view - First Australians' point of view - The stolen generation - Semanitics: Indigenous? Aboriginal? First Australian? - First Australian unity -- Do we still not count First Australians? - Urban elites and rural underclasses - First among equals? -- The prospect of political reconciliation - The alternative to a referendum - What price reconciliation? What form should it take? -- Real economics: McLeod's mob, WA -- A national rethink of employment and unemployment - Disaster areas - Replacing unemployment benefits -- A law to promote the best interests of First Australians -- Health, education and housing strategies -- Health - Education - Housing - The housing debate: points to cover -- Alcohol -- The starting point: a new approach to self-help - Raising the barn - Volunteers for reconciliation -- Joint management of national parks -- The political and financial empowerment of First Australians - A new body: the Academy of First Australians - Election to the Academy - The Academy and the stolen generation -- The operation of the Academy - Affiliations with land -- Formula to establish the inheritance -- A crucial question: will the Federal Treasurer be impressed? -- General directions for the Academy to consider - Investment strategies for the Academy -- Executive summary: a review of the proposals in this book -- Conclusion -- About the author
Control code
000043431697
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
xi, 147 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 3 received from Lindsay Cleland
Isbn
9780980390469
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Due inheritance : reviving the cultural and economic wellbeing of First Australians : a model for consideration, Ted Egan
Publication
Contents
Introduction - The accident of birth -- The present state of play -- Black and white issues - The non-Aboriginal point of view - First Australians' point of view - The stolen generation - Semanitics: Indigenous? Aboriginal? First Australian? - First Australian unity -- Do we still not count First Australians? - Urban elites and rural underclasses - First among equals? -- The prospect of political reconciliation - The alternative to a referendum - What price reconciliation? What form should it take? -- Real economics: McLeod's mob, WA -- A national rethink of employment and unemployment - Disaster areas - Replacing unemployment benefits -- A law to promote the best interests of First Australians -- Health, education and housing strategies -- Health - Education - Housing - The housing debate: points to cover -- Alcohol -- The starting point: a new approach to self-help - Raising the barn - Volunteers for reconciliation -- Joint management of national parks -- The political and financial empowerment of First Australians - A new body: the Academy of First Australians - Election to the Academy - The Academy and the stolen generation -- The operation of the Academy - Affiliations with land -- Formula to establish the inheritance -- A crucial question: will the Federal Treasurer be impressed? -- General directions for the Academy to consider - Investment strategies for the Academy -- Executive summary: a review of the proposals in this book -- Conclusion -- About the author
Control code
000043431697
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
xi, 147 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 3 received from Lindsay Cleland
Isbn
9780980390469
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill.

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