Outcasts in White Australia :
Aboriginal policy and Practice
This is a detailed study of the plight of part-aborigines, those of mixed race, in Australia. At the time of writing they tended to live on the outskirts or in poorer parts of towns, marginalised by the majority white community. Rowley argues that their plight needs to be addressed urgently not only to treat them a full Australians, but also because they were the fastest growing section of the population at the time. 472 pages with an index.
Weight 1kg. Post free within Malaysia
Published by Australian National University Press, Canberra, 1971.. First edition. ISBN: 9780708106242
Condition: Good Hardback in a similar dust jacket. The dust jacket spine has some sunning and the jacket is generally frayed around the edges. There is a gift dedication on the half title page. a front and a rear end paper have a shadow. Otherwise the binding is tight, the text is clear and there is very mild tanning throughout.