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by Gwenda Tavan


As Gwenda Tavan makes clear in The Long Slow Death of White Australia, the process of ending White Australia was bureaucratic .

As Gwenda Tavan makes clear in The Long Slow Death of White Australia, the process of ending White Australia was bureaucratic, incremental and often obscured from view.

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Start by marking The Long, Slow Death of White Australia as Want to Read . The history of the racist immigration policy that was Australia’s guiding light for the majority of the 20th century is examined in this work.

Start by marking The Long, Slow Death of White Australia as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Beginning with the policy’s introduction in 1901, this analysis traces the policy’s gradual transformation as successive governments reluctantly gave ground on barring non-Europeans from Australia. Originally intended to ensure an The history of the racist immigration policy that was Australia’s guiding light for the majority of the 20th century is examined in this work.

The long, slow death of white Australia. The long, slow death of white Australia, Gwenda Tavan Scribe Melbourne 2005. Australian/Harvard Citation. 2005, The long, slow death of white Australia, Gwenda Tavan Scribe Melbourne.

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NSW Community and Regional History Prize for a published book or e-book that makes a significant contribution to the understanding of community . The Long, Slow Death of White Australia. Scribe Publications Pty Ltd. 2005. institutional, urban or regional history in New South Wales.

Gwenda Tavan is a senior lecturer in politics at La Trobe University. Her books include the award-winning The Long, Slow Death of White Australia. Nonfiction Popular Culture

Gwenda Tavan is a senior lecturer in politics at La Trobe University. Nonfiction Popular Culture. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Authors and Affiliations. Tavan G. (2013) Creating Multicultural Australia: Local, Global and Trans-National Contexts for the Creation of a Universal Admissions Scheme, 1945–1983. In: Triadafilopoulos T. (eds) Wanted and Welcome?. Immigrants and Minorities, Politics and Policy.

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The history of the racist immigration policy that was Australia’s guiding light for the majority of the 20th century is examined in this work. Beginning with the policy’s introduction in 1901, this analysis traces the policy’s gradual transformation as successive governments reluctantly gave ground on barring non-Europeans from Australia. Originally intended to ensure an ethnic and cultural link to the mother country, the policy hurt Australia’s relations with Asia and had harsh consequences for non-Europeans residing in the country. The policy’s demise in the early 1970s was initially celebrated as a watershed moment when Australia came into its own as an independent and culturally diverse modern nation. Continued public support for preserving Australia’s white, Anglo-Celtic culture, however, begs the question of whether the White Australia policy really died or was buried alive by bureaucrats and politicians eager to present a new face of Australia to the world.
The Long, Slow Death of White Australia ebook
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Gwenda Tavan
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Scribe Publications Pty Ltd. (October 28, 2005)
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