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Fantastic dreams : William Liu and the origins and influence of protest against the White Australia Policy in the 20th century

  title={Fantastic dreams : William Liu and the origins and influence of protest against the White Australia Policy in the 20th century},
  author={Charlotte Greene},
The structure of this study of William Liu will closely reflect his ideas and the major historical influences in his life, and will span the period from 1893 through ninety years spent mainly in Sydney, ending in 1983, the year before the beginning of the attack on multiculturalism launched by the historian Geoffrey Blainey. The memorialisation of Liu in the post-Blainey “immigration debate” period will then be considered. The study will also reflect the changes in protest against racially… 
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