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Booklet - A. J. Grassby, 'Australian Citizenship Policy: Our Objectives', 1974 Document Reg. No: HT 8549

Summary:
Booklet by the Hon. A. J. Grassby, M.H.R titled 'Australian Citizenship Policy: Our Objectives', published by Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra, 1974. This booklet contains the text of a statement delivered in Federal Parliament by then Minister for Immigration, the Hon. A. J. Grassby, M.H.R. on 6 December 1973.
Description:
A staple bound, six-page booklet with black text on white paper. Cover is salmon coloured cardboard and printed with brown text and the Australian Coat of Arms (kangaroo and emu stood either side of a shield).
Acquisition Information:
Transfer from Ms Helen Sartinas - Museum Victoria Immigration Museum, 2005
Discipline: History
Dimensions: 21.00 cm (Height), 14.80 cm (Width)

More information

Tagged with: immigration, white australia policy, racism, discrimination, immigration debates, immigration policies, multiculturalism, australian citizenship act, racial discrimination act, refugees
Themes this item is part of: Albert Jaime (Al) Grassby, Politician (1926-2005), Cultural Diversity Collection, Migration Collection
Primary Classification: MIGRATION
Secondary Classification: Naturalisation & Citizenship
Tertiary Classification: promotional materials
Inscriptions: Text, front cover: AUSTRALIAN CITIZENSHIP/POLICY: OUR OBJECTIVES/The Hon. A.J. Grassby, M.H.R./Immigration Reference Paper.
Author: Honourable A Grassby, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, 6 Dec 1973

Booklet contains the text of a statement delivered in Federal Parliament by the Hon. A. J. Grassby on 6 December 1973.
Publisher: Australian Government Publishing Service (AGPS), Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, 1974

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