Constitutional Conversations: Geoffrey Palmer Talks to Kim Hill on National Radio 1994-2001
"[These] broadcasts were designed so that people could better appreciate hwo the New Zealand government works, how the constitutional system is structured, how the courts function, how parliament operates, and how the executive government makes decisions. Geoffrey Palmer and Kim Hill discussed contemporary events as they occurred, putting them in context and relating them to the constitutional framework and the system of government as a whole. ..."--back cover.
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