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The brutal reality of life as a Kanaka worker - but Scott Morrison claims 'there was no slavery in Australia'

Tens of thousands of Pacific Islander slaves were ripped from their families and forced into back-breaking labour on sugar farms across Australia, in direct opposition to controversial remarks made by Scott Morrison.The prime minister sparked outrage on last Thursday by clai...
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