Constitutional recognition: U.S. perspective
Urgency for the constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people is a complex problem where numerous issues must be considered. One concern is that Aboriginal people do not unanimously want constitutional recognition due to past understanding of how the 1967 Referendum intent to change Indigenous lifestyles and minimise the various hardships ended with unfilled expectations. It is important to learn from history and understand past faults.
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