The Unlucky Australians
Frank Hardy, on a self-searching trip to the Northern Territory, becomes involved in a heart-rending struggle between a courageous Aboriginal tribe, the Gurindji, and the management of a foreign-owned cattle station. After a hundred years of exploitation and discrimination, the Aboriginal stockmen finally go on strike and demand better pay and conditions, and a share of the land that was once theirs. How they fought the management of the station, the Welfare Branch, the police and the apathy of the Australian Government, makes stirring and disturbing reading.
Date Published: 1976
Book Condition: Very good hardcover in a like dust jacket showing some minor wear to top edges, with some minor edge wear to bottom of boards and backstrap edges and a remainder mark to the bottom edge of text block, otherwise a near fine, clean, tight and unmarked copy internally
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