After the Intervention

The possibility of neo-liberalism becoming a basis for a new approach to Indigenous policy has been gaining momentum for some time now, especially through the advocacy of Aboriginal leader Noel Pearson. But advocating the neo-liberal way of life as a basis for an Indigenous future is seriously flawed writes John Hinkson

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