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Title:Let's work together, "Kia Mahi Tahi Tatou" : the Race Relations Conciliator would share these thoughts
Contributor:New Zealand. Office of the Race Relations Conciliator
Date (W3CDTF):1984
Description:Includes text in Maori
Extent:13 v. in 1
Identifier (URI):https://uhmanoa.lib.hawaii.edu/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=500443
Language (ISO639):eng
Publisher:Auckland, New Zealand : Office of the Race Relations Conciliator
Table Of Contents:Unit 1. Society needs radicals -- Unit 2. Maori time -- Unit 3. Maori, Pakeha, Kiwi or New Zealander? -- Unit 4. Souvenirs -- Unit 5. Dilemmas of Waitangi Day at Waitangi -- Unit 6. Dilemma of Separate Maori Seats in Parliament. Retain? Dissolve? Change? -- Unit 7. Kia ora -- Unit 8. Advantages and disadvantages of separate representation -- Unit 9. Scaling - to educate or to perpetuate -- Unit 10. Responsibilities of the Pakeha at national level -- Unit 11. Responsibilities of the Maori at national level -- Unit 12. In a democracy how can the fewer (in number) secure from the greater (in number), a better service? -- Unit 13. Our Jewish people and anti-semitic literature
Type (DCMI):Text


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