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Aboriginal Land Rights Commission

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Australian Aboriginal land rights commission: reports

The Aboriginal Land Rights Commission ran from 1973 to 1974 and had the purpose of inquiring into appropriate ways to recognise Aboriginal land rights in the Northern Territory. Gough Whitlam had appointed Justice Edward Woodward to run the Commission, which became known as the 'Woodward...