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Then we must all be insane

  • Victoria K. Haskins

Abstract

After weeks of uncertainty, Ming learned that the case had been finally set for a date several days after their planned move. As Ming needed to be able to sell her furniture prior to moving, she managed to persuade the barrister to arrange for the case to be brought forward to the following day. Stressed but somewhat triumphant, she returned home to give Jane the news.

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Aboriginal People Bright Spot Aboriginal Woman Aboriginal Citizenship Steal Generation 
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Notes

  1. 22.
    Albert Memmi, The Colonizer and the Colonized (London: Souvenir Press, 1974), 123–5, 127–8.Google Scholar
  2. 26.
    C. V. Wedgewood (1944) quoted in John Broomfield, Other Ways of Knowing: Recharting Our Future with Ageless Wisdom (Rochester: Inner Traditions, 1997), 8.Google Scholar

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