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|Title:||The Anarcho-Syndicalist Platform for Indigenous Rights: A Trans-National study of Settler-colonialism, White Labourism and the International Worker‟s of the World in Australia and South Africa|
Department of History
|Abstract:||This thesis considers the legal stasis triggered by the 2007 "Northern Territory National Emergency Response‟ and suggests clarification can be found in the historical precedent of settler-colonialism. Through a trans-national exploration of Australia and South Africa, the success of European settlement on these continents is deemed to be directly attributed to colonialisms success in securing land resources from indigenous peoples and subsequently converting native lands and labour power into resources for Surplus-Capitalist production. Colonialism‟s cultural and political domination of Indigenous peoples was threatened by the global dissemination of Socialist ideas, where Libertarian Socialism canvassed by the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) is argued above Marxism as providing a future society that would provide the ideological apparatus for the equal recognition of native rights.|
|Department/Unit/Centre:||Department of History|
|Appears in Collections:||Honours Theses - Department of History|
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