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The Resource Drawing the global colour line : white men's countries and the question of racial equality, Marilyn Lake and Henry Reynolds

Drawing the global colour line : white men's countries and the question of racial equality, Marilyn Lake and Henry Reynolds

Label
Drawing the global colour line : white men's countries and the question of racial equality
Title
Drawing the global colour line
Title remainder
white men's countries and the question of racial equality
Statement of responsibility
Marilyn Lake and Henry Reynolds
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Annotation pending
Cataloging source
ANL
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Lake, Marilyn
Dewey number
305.8
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1938-
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Reynolds, Henry
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  • Racism
  • Race relations
  • Civil rights
  • Human rights
  • Equality
  • White Australia policy
Label
Drawing the global colour line : white men's countries and the question of racial equality, Marilyn Lake and Henry Reynolds
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • First published in the UK and USA by Cambridge University Press
  • Includes index and bibliographic references
Contents
Modern mobilities : The coming man : Chinese migration to the goldfields -- Discursive frameworks: The American Commonwealth and the "negro problem" -- "The day will come" : Charles Pearson's disturbing prophecy -- Theodore Roosevelt's re-assertion of racial vigour -- Imperial brotherhood or white?: Ghandi in South Africa -- Transnational solidarities: White Australia points the way -- Defending the Pacific slope -- White ties across the ocean: The Pacific tour of the US fleet -- The union of South Africa: white men reconcile -- Challenge and consolidation: International conferences: cosmopolitan amity or racial enmity? -- Japanese alienation and imperial ambition -- Racial equality?: the Paris Peace Conference, 1919 -- Immigration restriction in the 1920s: "segregation on a large scale" -- Towards universal human rights: individual rights without distinction
Control code
000042203303
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xii, 371 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 received from Lindsay Cleland
Isbn
9780522854787
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Label
Drawing the global colour line : white men's countries and the question of racial equality, Marilyn Lake and Henry Reynolds
Publication
Note
  • First published in the UK and USA by Cambridge University Press
  • Includes index and bibliographic references
Contents
Modern mobilities : The coming man : Chinese migration to the goldfields -- Discursive frameworks: The American Commonwealth and the "negro problem" -- "The day will come" : Charles Pearson's disturbing prophecy -- Theodore Roosevelt's re-assertion of racial vigour -- Imperial brotherhood or white?: Ghandi in South Africa -- Transnational solidarities: White Australia points the way -- Defending the Pacific slope -- White ties across the ocean: The Pacific tour of the US fleet -- The union of South Africa: white men reconcile -- Challenge and consolidation: International conferences: cosmopolitan amity or racial enmity? -- Japanese alienation and imperial ambition -- Racial equality?: the Paris Peace Conference, 1919 -- Immigration restriction in the 1920s: "segregation on a large scale" -- Towards universal human rights: individual rights without distinction
Control code
000042203303
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xii, 371 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 received from Lindsay Cleland
Isbn
9780522854787
Isbn Type
(pbk.)

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