…ultimately it is a question of how the great wealth created by hundreds of years of Empire should be divided up. The numbers who stake their claim are many. Those whose claims are recognised are few, and that essentially is the function of immigration law (MacDonald, 1983, p 20). Suppose that…the ‘underdeveloped’ and underprivileged population had not conceptualised their discontent in terms of nationalism, but had simply concentrated on a struggle to achieve full citizenship within the existing imperial political units (Gelher, 1964, p 177).
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - Oct 1990|