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Public Address 22/11/04 - Ancestors Of The Mind

PUBLIC ADDRESS 22/11/04 - Ancestors of the Mind

Ancestors of the Mind: A Pakeha Whakapapa | Nov 22, 2004 11:02
J.E. Traue, 1990

It's easy to forget that today's debates about culture and identity are not all new, and that the thinking of years past can be usefully applied today. I was alerted to Jim Traue's 1990 pamphlet Ancestors of the Mind by a friend who had had it ''kicking around the house'' for...
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Spooky | Nov 22, 2004 10:47
Russell Brown's Hard News

Perhaps Scoop was on the money after all: The series of stories in yesterday's Sunday Star Times detailing claims by ''dissident spies'' that the SIS illegally bugged Maori individuals and organisations certainly warrants further scrutiny...
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To Distraction | Nov 21, 2004 10:26
Che Tibby's view from Melbourne

One of the things I really enjoy is driving. Despite the gammy knee and the bad back I genuinely like forcing myself to sit behind the wheel of a car for hours at a time and daydream between bouts of concentration on traffic...
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