Removing racism from Australia’s Constitutional DNA SKU17076

George Williams

This article examines the use of ‘race’ in the Australian Constitution and explores how the concept has played a role from its drafting through to the present day, to determine the changes needed to appropriately recognise Aboriginal peoples in that document.

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