Bridled power: New Zealand's constitution and government
This is an authoritative book on the New Zealand constitution. This new edition is updated to reflect New Zealand's experience of the MMP system of proportional representation.
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Forming and Ending Governments
When Will New Zealand Become a Republic?
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Accounting in Politics: Devolution and Democratic Accountability
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