Taking Liberty:Indigenous Rights and Settler Self-Government in Colonial Australia, 1830–1890(Critical Perspectives on Empire)

争取自由:澳大利亚殖民地的土著权利与定居者自治,1830-1890年

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2020年07月05日
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9781107446847
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446
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9.00 x 6.00 x 0.91
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英文
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At last a history that explains how indigenous dispossession and survival underlay and shaped the birth of Australian democracy. The legacy of seizing a continent and alternately destroying and governing its original people shaped how white Australians came to see themselves as independent citizens. It also shows how shifting wider imperial and colonial politics influenced the treatment of indigenous Australians, and how indigenous people began to engage in their own ways with these new political institutions. It is, essentially, a bringing together of two histories that have hitherto been told separately: one concerns the arrival of early democracy in the Australian colonies, as white settlers moved from the shame and restrictions of the penal era to a new and freer society with their own institutions of government; the other is the tragedy of indigenous dispossession and displacement, with its frontier violence, poverty, disease and enforced regimes of mission life.
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