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  • Immigration Policies of Australia and Is the Whitlam Government Mainly Responsible for Multicultural Australia Today?


    Essays2 History, Culture

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ID number:218783
Published: 30.08.2004.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used

Year 10 history assessment!
A) Compare and contrast the immigration policies of the commonwealth government for the following two periods:
&middot;<Tab/>1945 to the 1960's
&middot;<Tab/>1972 to the 1990's
B) To what extent was the Whitlam government responsible for modern day multicultural Australia?
The immigration policies of the 1945 to the 1960s period and the period between 1972 to the 1990s is similar in some ways and different in others. This is because some policies were changed, some reworded, some new ones introduced and others abolished completely. The old and racist policies were abolished and more accepting policies were introduced. Many of the new policies were introduced because of Gough Whitlam who in many ways was responsible for modern day multicultural Australia. Australia is a classic country for immigration. It is an attractive country for migrants, with its friendly, multi-cultural society, most mild climates and a strong, vibrant economy. It is no wonder that in the past 20 years Australia has experienced large-scale immigration from a new source of countries, particularly from Asia. Immigration has had a deep effect on the lives of allAustralians and it continues to shape the nation.

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