The Resource Old-style racism still in Constitution, George Williams

Old-style racism still in Constitution, George Williams

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Old-style racism still in Constitution
Title
Old-style racism still in Constitution
Statement of responsibility
George Williams
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
The New South Wales Premier, Christine Keneally, has moved in the New South Wales Parliament to recognise Indigenous peoples in the New South Wales Constitution; discusses the federal move for Constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians; two sections in the current Commonwealth Constitution are based on race; discusses the race power in the Constitution; Section 25 says that states can disqualify people from voting due to their race; Section 51 (26) says federal Parliament can make "special laws" for people of any race, which means there are discriminatory possibilities in this section
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Williams, George
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Australia.
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Old-style racism still in Constitution, George Williams
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Publication
Extent
p. 11
Label
Old-style racism still in Constitution, George Williams
Publication
Extent
p. 11

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