“The” Waitangi Tribunal and New Zealand History
Not intended as an apology for, or a justification of, the Waitangi Tribunal and the Treaty claims process, but as a scholarly intervention into an ongoing debate about the shape of history-writing in early twenty-first century New Zealand.
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Opening Pandoras Boxthe Process and the Players
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Fatal Impact and the Paradox of Maori Agency
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