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Essay heading: 'Walking in Someone elses shoes' Connecting Mockingbird to Rabbit Proof Fence
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Date added: April 11, 2008
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So while we can see what the government had done to these poor people the whole idea was to help them not to torture them as many people saw it as, we need to walk in the shoes of Australian government back then and look at their perspective that Australia had to be taken care of and Australia was aboriginals too...
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This is what they believed they did. So to really understand both points of view we must step into the shoes of the victim aboriginals but also walk in the shoes of the Australian government and then can we make a decision on our own part. This is how we can connect Mockingbird to RPF.
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