Labour History

The Right Book for the Right Time?

Labour History (2003), 85, (1), 202–206.

Abstract

Windschuttle is driven by an ethnocentric belief that the British colonists were so determined to uphold the rule of law on the colonial frontier that they were incapable of exterminating Aborigines. Rather the Aborigines in their anti-social behaviour were the problem. This indicates a serious lack of understanding of colonial history in general and of the colonial frontier in particular.

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Ryan, Lyndall

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