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The 1967 Referendum—history and myths

9 May 2007
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The significance of the 1967 referendum has been obscured by popular myths. These include that it was whole-heartedly supported by both sides of politics, that it conferred the vote, equal wages and citizenship on Indigenous Australians and that it ended legal discrimination. None of this was the case explains John Gardiner-Garden.

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2007
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