Soliloquy and Dialogue
Overview of Major Trends in Public Policy Relating to Aboriginal Peoples
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Writted by Katherine Graham. Produced by the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples.
Published by Canadian Government Publishing, 1996.
|This book explores the foundations and characteristics of public
policy discourse on Aboriginal affairs in Canada between publication of the two
volumes of H. B. Hawthorn's "Survey of the Contemporary Indian of Canada" (the
Hawthorn report) in 1966 and 1967 and establishment of the Royal Commission on
Aboriginal Peoples in 1991.
Its primary sources are 222 documents prepared by Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal organizations and governments over this period.
The Royal Commission's focus in analyzing these documents was to trace the evolution of policy discussions and debates in four key areas: lands and resources, governance, criminal justice, and education.
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