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Public Address 16/3/04 - New Realities, Old Voices

PUBLIC ADDRESS 16/03/04 - New realities, old voices

After Aznar | Mar 16, 2004 10:09
Russell Brown's Hard News

The right-wing blogosphere is up in arms about the Spanish election result. With Aznar's rejection by an electorate that apparently swung against him in the days following last week's murderous bombings, they believe, the terrorists have won...,

The precise and lexical beauty of Richard Nunns and Hirini Melbourne | Mar 16, 2004 09:55
GUEST: James Littlewood in the culture

What's worse than the current race debate? No race debate. Which is exactly what will become of whatever it is that we're supposedly having now if Don Brash ever gets onto the 9th. If the red team seem a little double-jointed in their policy statements lately, and a little bit..,


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