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Will we better understand the 'Recognise' referendum than we did the 1967 one?




As in the 1967 referendum, the question on which we will vote in 2017 will have both a symbolic and a technical/legal meaning. We had better be clear about them, writes TIM ROWSE.


Let's not allow Aboriginal recognition to be hijacked


Proposed changes to the constitution recognising Aboriginal Australian history prior to European settlement are in danger of being sabotaged as the discussion is hijacked by the more radical chip on the shoulder isolationists amongst us.

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