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Wives and mothers like ourselves?: : exploring white women's intervention in the politics of race, 1920-1940s., Alison Holland

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Wives and mothers like ourselves?: : exploring white women's intervention in the politics of race, 1920-1940s.
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Wives and mothers like ourselves?:
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exploring white women's intervention in the politics of race, 1920-1940s.
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Alison Holland
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An examination of the feminist position as radical and ' pro-Aboriginal' by focusing on the development of the feminist reform agenda; feminist responses to the governments absorptionist solution to the 'Aboriginal problem '; Women's Service Guilds in Western Australia and the Women's Non-Party Association petitioned governments for greater protection of Aboriginal women; A.O. Neville; government policy towards Aboriginal women and children of mixed heritage
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