Review : This scholarly, objective and thoroughly researched study proves that, far from being ‘stolen’ and abused, needy Aboriginal children were offered legitimate welfare, education and a start in life. The agents of this welfare were social workers who did the best they could with very limited funds.
If you do not want to read all 600 pages, read the Preface and Introduction (40 pages) provide a sufficient overview.
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