Great New Zealand Argument: Ideas about Ourselves
Activity Press, Jan 1, 2005 - National characteristics, New Zealand - 168 pages
Great New Zealand Argument: Ideas about ourselves is a collection of some of the most important writing about who New Zealanders are and how we are changing, spanning 70 years of our history. It includes the first published transcript of David Lange's momentous 1985 Oxford Union debate speech, arguing the proposition that 'Nuclear weapons are morally indefensible'.
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