By Alan Ward
New Zealand’s brief heritage absolutely finds a treaty made after which time and again breached. this can be a compelling case – for reasonable and average cost, and for the rigorous continuation of the Treaty claims procedure throughout the Waitangi Tribunal. The effect of the prior upon the current has hardly been analysed so basically, or to such rapid purpose.
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An Unsettled History: Treaty Claims in New Zealand Today by Alan Ward