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A history of Australian attitudes to non-European migration from the first entry restrictions on Chinese in 1855 and the 'dictation test' (introduced nationwide at Federation to exclude 'undesirable' immigrants) to the acceptance of Indo-Chinese refugees in the 1970s.
(1985, 12 mins) A co-production of Film Australia and the Australian Institute of Multicultural Affairs.
© National Film and Sound Archive of Australia.
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