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Indigenous development - without community, without commerce

12 Sep 2006
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Most participants in the current debate about Aboriginal development believe that government policy has failed. Government handouts are seen as passive welfare or 'sit down money', which perpetuates Indigenous joblessness. And many Indigenous communities have been unable to combat self-destructive alcohol and substance abuse as well as criminal and violent behaviour. So why is law and order rather than economic development at the centre of Indigenous policy debate asks Anthony Smith?

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2006
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