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In 1967, 90% of Australia voted “yes” in a referendum to recognise Aboriginals as Australian citizens. With such overwhelming public support, what did the “no” campaign look like?

What did the “no” campaigners say would be the negative consequences of a “yes” result? How did they appeal to the Australian people? I’m guessing overt racism would have been an ineffective campaign tactic.

Was there an “Aboriginals are still people, just a different kind of people that should have a separate form of recognition” vibe to what they were saying?


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