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The Resource Well may we say - : the speeches that made Australia, edited by Sally Warhaft

Well may we say - : the speeches that made Australia, edited by Sally Warhaft

Label
Well may we say - : the speeches that made Australia
Title
Well may we say -
Title remainder
the speeches that made Australia
Statement of responsibility
edited by Sally Warhaft
Title variation
Speeches that made Australia
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Includes twelve speeches addressing Indigenous affairs
Cataloging source
ANL
Dewey number
  • 808.85
  • A825.01
Index
index present
Literary form
speeches
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Warhaft, Sally
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  • Speeches, addresses, etc., Australian
  • Australia
  • Australia
Label
Well may we say - : the speeches that made Australia, edited by Sally Warhaft
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [577] -582) and index
Contents
Partial contents: Reflect. You have seized upon a land that is not yours / Robert Lyon -- I do not select individual delinquents, but impeach the nation / Reverend John Saunders -- We wish to make you happy / George Gawler -- No matter what we do they will die out / Auber Octavius Neville -- Inattention on such a scale cannot possibly be explained by absentmindedness / William Stanner -- For far too long we have been crying out and far too few have heard us / Neville Bonner -- These lands belong to the Gurindji people / Gough Whitlam -- We will be mates, white and black / Vincent Lingiari -- The time has come for you to take on new courage and new hope / Pope John Paul II -- It begins, I think, with that act of recognition / Paul Keating -- I speak for all Australians in expressing a profound sorrow to the Aboriginal people / John Howard -- Seeking an apology from John Howard is progressivist and is not the main game / Noel Pearson
Control code
000025484495
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xx, 587 p.
Isbn
9781863952774
Label
Well may we say - : the speeches that made Australia, edited by Sally Warhaft
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [577] -582) and index
Contents
Partial contents: Reflect. You have seized upon a land that is not yours / Robert Lyon -- I do not select individual delinquents, but impeach the nation / Reverend John Saunders -- We wish to make you happy / George Gawler -- No matter what we do they will die out / Auber Octavius Neville -- Inattention on such a scale cannot possibly be explained by absentmindedness / William Stanner -- For far too long we have been crying out and far too few have heard us / Neville Bonner -- These lands belong to the Gurindji people / Gough Whitlam -- We will be mates, white and black / Vincent Lingiari -- The time has come for you to take on new courage and new hope / Pope John Paul II -- It begins, I think, with that act of recognition / Paul Keating -- I speak for all Australians in expressing a profound sorrow to the Aboriginal people / John Howard -- Seeking an apology from John Howard is progressivist and is not the main game / Noel Pearson
Control code
000025484495
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xx, 587 p.
Isbn
9781863952774

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