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Playing politics with the federal heritage regime

17 Aug 2005
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Deb Wilkinson and Andrew Macintosh consider the effectiveness and propriety of the Howard government's administration of the new federal heritage regime. In particular, they examine the way in which the government dealt with the nomination to include Sir Donald Bradman's birthplace on the National Heritage List and its decisions to distribute heritage funding to Bradman-related projects in July 2005.

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2005
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