The Last Protector presents a compelling argument that the South Australian government illegally took Aboriginal children from their parents during the years between and Adelaide historian Cameron Raynes draws on extensive archival records, the contents of which have never before been available to the public.
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Praise for The Last Protector: Its publication by Wakefield Press shows the importance of small independent publishers who are willing to publish books for their intrinsic value rather than just to make a profit. He has a PhD on the moral subtext of Aboriginal oral history and writes whenever he can.
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