What did the 1967 referendum actually achieve?
Far from giving Aboriginal peoples equal rights, the 1967 referendum gave the Commonwealth Government the right to legislate for Aboriginal peoples and for the inclusion of Aboriginal peoples in the census. Both of these measures enabled accurate assessments of issues specific to Aboriginal peoples and the right of the federal government to legislate for improvements to the lives of Aboriginal peoples. This source-based homework task is designed to assist student understanding of the problems and issues in the NSW History syllabus for the Australian Curriculum
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