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Issue Details: First known date: 2023... 2023 An Interview with Thomas Mayor
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'Of Torres Strait Islander heritage, Thomas Mayor was born and raised on Larrakia land (the region we call Darwin and its surrounds). The book comes about at the same time as a change of federal government. [...]the book had done so well, you know it's a bestseller, and obviously there's a lot of interest about it, so in the event that the Labor Party would win the election, or even in the off chance that the Coalition changed its position, we wanted to make sure that there was an updated resource for people to learn from and to answer simple questions. The only one that I would say is a bit different is the Barunga Statement and Hawke was the Prime Minister then, and although that is still a sad story because the promise of treaty failed and the establishment of a Voice was eventually repealed by Howard in a very tactical way - softened up the Australian public, amplified its problems, before making that move.' (Publication abstract)

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    y separately published work icon Social Alternatives vol. 41 no. 4 2023 25980175 2023 periodical issue 2023 pg. 64-66
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