No Ordinary Judgment (Paperback)

Nonie Sharp

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This is the inside story of the Mabo case, a unique court drama where rights and interests previously unknown to Anglo-Australian law came to be recognized by the High Court of Australia. In exploring the role of native title in the reshaping of Australian identity, some of the deeper questions of cultural diversity and self-determination are identified.

About the Author: Nonie Sharp is an honorary research fellow at the School of Social Sciences at La Trobe University.

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Title: No Ordinary Judgment (Paperback)
Publication Date: 1995
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