The State of Shame: Australian Multiculturalism and the Crisis of Indigenous Citizens. When writing please include the page number from the reading.
Australian Multiculturalism and the Crisis of Indigenous Citizens
ARGUMENT: What is the author’s argument? In other words, what is the larger point s/he is trying to make, in the reading called: The State of Shame: Australian Multiculturalism and the Crisis of Indigenbus Citizens. When writing please include the page number from the reading. Judgement will be your writing abilities. It is a recommendation the appropriate measures to avoid mistakes such as spelling, syntax, punctuation, inappropriate use of terms, etc.
Finally, use only the reading as the source for citing, no others are accepted.
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