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Public Address 15/10/04 - This Is A Good Day

PUBLIC ADDRESS 15/10/04 - This Is a Good Day

A good day | Oct 15, 2004 09:41
Russell Brown's Hard News

This is a good day. Why? Because our new feature, Great New Zealand Argument, launches with what I'm pretty sure is the first published transcript of David Lange's 1985 Oxford Union debate speech...
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Nuclear Weapons are Morally Indefensible | Oct 14, 2004 22:38
DAVID LANGE, Oxford Union debate, 1985

Most New Zealanders watched David Lange contest and win the 1985 Oxford Union debate, arguing the proposition that "nuclear weapons are morally indefensible" with a mixture of pride and astonishment. After decades of knowing our place, and several years of government by homunculus, suddenly we had a Prime Minister who...
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Spooks | Oct 14, 2004 18:47
Che Tibby's view from Melbourne

As I may have gloated a few times already, Melbourne isn't such a bad place to live. It was a healthy 32 degrees yesterday but chilled after a night-time cool change to a comfortable 20ish, meaning today I got to stroll around and enjoy the final demise of winter..
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