Whose Voice? And who stands to benefit? Quite apart from the moral, legal and constitutional questions raised by the Albanese government’s proposed referendum on an Aboriginal Voice to parliament, which of the varied (and often conflicting) indigenous agendas will it promote? Will it be that of the activists from what the latest Census describes as the ‘urbanised’ four out of every five of the 3.7
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