Common bond Australia citizenship by ALISON HOLLAND
This chapter demonstrates the idea how the indigenous and white women fought along a long battle to benefit from all social right as a normal citizen to Australia .this chapter also relate the belief in Anglo_saxonness and assimilations and the suspicion of right discourse the ethnic
Before 1980s Australia had no citizenship for its resident which caused implicit in a cacophony of Australia society s. Later on it was suggested to establish a citizenship council that lead to a new national civic definition that was believed to overcome the racism problems. in 1902 Australia was focusing on maintaining the crimson thread of kinship to provide necessary apparatus for a loyal citizenship to fortify Australians from enemies within and without the country .the immigration restriction act was established in 1901 to premised on racial exclusion .at the end of nineteenth century a social laboratory for Australia and new Zealand welfare also it was the white feminists sought equal citizenship to approach a public life .just as white women gained the federal vote in 1902 the aboriginals struggled as they were not counted in the national census until late 1950s could benefit from social right .
World war one was galvanizing moment in citizenship policy where Australian government demonstrate a willingness to forgo some citizen right by ushering in special defense legislation, it also illustrated the emptiness of British subjecthood which ultimately provided no protection or rights for its citizen. On 26 January the majority of Australian was officially designated...