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Type: Journal article
Title: Why were Aborigines originally excluded from the races power?
Author: Taylor, G.D.
Citation: University of Queensland Law Journal, 2018; 37(2):237-259
Publisher: University of Queensland Press
Issue Date: 2018
ISSN: 0083-4041
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Greg Taylor
Abstract: In a recent paper, the Chief Justice of Western Australia has considered why Aborigines were originally expressly excluded from the federal races power in section 51 (xxvi) of the 'Constitution' until it was amended to include them in 1967. The paragraph, with the deletion made in 1967 shown, grants to the federal Parliament concurrent legislative power over.
Keywords: Aborigines
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Australian Constitution
Rights: © Copyright of articles published in the University of Queensland Law Journal is vested jointly in the Journal and the contributor.
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