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'An interview with the late Australian academic anthropologist AP Elkin about Daisy Bates' anthropological work on the Aboriginal society is presented. According to Elkin, Bates felt that the governments of Western Australia and South Australia did not realized her value. He comments on Bates' belief in cannibalism amongst the Aborigines. He expresses his views on the great affection that Bates had for the Aborigines.' (Publication abstract)

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