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ARTS2271 Research Essay

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Identity politics Discrimination Race and society Politics Race Immigration to Australia Racism in Australia Anti-Indian sentiment White Australia policy Racism Keith Windschuttle Culture of Australia George Arnold Wood
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Identity politics Discrimination Race and society Politics Race Immigration to Australia Racism in Australia Anti-Indian sentiment White Australia policy Racism Keith Windschuttle Culture of Australia George Arnold Wood
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’ (George Arnold Wood, 1917). Discuss this comment. What sorts of hopes, ideologies and fears informed the ideal of a White Australia in the early decades of the twentieth century Does it continue to resonate How Synopsis Australian Federation occurred after a decade of extensive public debate and inter-colonial negotiation, during which a variety of economic, political and security issues were canvased. However, one subject remained relatively uncontentious – the creation of a White nation. This essay explores the pursuit of White Australia and the aspirations and fears attached to it, addressing concepts of national self-determination, identification, racial theory and military security in the early 20th century. Although the ideal of White Australia ...
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