Aborigines in the Economy

By: Sharp, Ian G., and Colin

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Aborigines in the Economy by Sharp, Ian G., and Colin M. Tatz (eds)
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Brisbane: Jacaranda Press in Association with Centre for Research into Aboriginal Affairs Monash University, 1966. 382 pages, index. Paper stock browning, some slight chips and creasing to dustjacket. Deals with important questions concerning Aboriginal employment, wages and training within a wider context. These issues are still on the agenda, rendering this reflection of these issues in the 1960's of even more interest. A very sound, clean copy.. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

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