The Resource Character above colour: : fast track to assimilation? Margaret Tucker MBE and the politics of assimilation, Gail Hennessy

Character above colour: : fast track to assimilation? Margaret Tucker MBE and the politics of assimilation, Gail Hennessy

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Character above colour: : fast track to assimilation? Margaret Tucker MBE and the politics of assimilation
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Character above colour:
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fast track to assimilation? Margaret Tucker MBE and the politics of assimilation
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Gail Hennessy
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Language
eng
Summary
A critique of Margaret Tucker's autobiography " If Everyone Cared"; argues that Tucker's belief that character rather than colour determines a person's worthiness ; while deploring the treatment of her people, Tucker's vulnerability and Christian sense of unworthiness could denote an acceptance of assimilation policies
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Hennessy, Gail
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no index present
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non fiction
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Tucker, Margaret
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Character above colour: : fast track to assimilation? Margaret Tucker MBE and the politics of assimilation, Gail Hennessy
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Bibliography note
Bibliography p. 67
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Character above colour: : fast track to assimilation? Margaret Tucker MBE and the politics of assimilation, Gail Hennessy
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography p. 67

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