The Resource Julius Caesar versus White Australia: : the painted savages of Britain, race, and the use of history, Kane Collins

Julius Caesar versus White Australia: : the painted savages of Britain, race, and the use of history, Kane Collins

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Julius Caesar versus White Australia: : the painted savages of Britain, race, and the use of history
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Julius Caesar versus White Australia:
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the painted savages of Britain, race, and the use of history
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Kane Collins
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eng
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Examination of the use of history by critics of the 'White Australia' policy, and of earlier colonial restrictions, and the tradition of resistance to racialism in the 19th century that was founded upon the description of the ancient British by Julius Caesar in his 'Commentaries on the Gallic Wars'; includes discussion of the various uses of this imagery to combat slavery, racial exclusion and racial prejudice and how it was used in Australia in relation to Aboriginal people
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Julius Caesar versus White Australia: : the painted savages of Britain, race, and the use of history, Kane Collins
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Bibliography: p. 05.13-05.16
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Julius Caesar versus White Australia: : the painted savages of Britain, race, and the use of history, Kane Collins
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 05.13-05.16

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