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Genocide and settler society : frontier violence and stolen indigenous children in Australian history

@inproceedings{Moses2005GenocideAS,
  title={Genocide and settler society : frontier violence and stolen indigenous children in Australian history},
  author={A. Moses},
  year={2005}
}
" ...often new, probing and rich examinations of the takeover of a continent by white Anglos and the long-term impact ...the book is replete with detailed and meticulously sourced information on the scope, scale and persistence of the cruelty and violence involved - actual and structural - over a 200-year period...there is a great deal in this excellent volume that demands grounds for deep reflection on how Australia came to be what it is." * Patterns of Prejudice "The value of this stimulating… Expand
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