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Public Address 06/04/05 - Ethics And Ethnics

PUBLIC ADDRESS 06/04/05 - Ethics and ethnics

Selectively Remembering the Pope | Apr 06, 2005 10:01
Russell Brown's Hard News

Just a quickie today: the way the death of Terri Schiavo neatly segued into the death of the Pope has encouraged the US conservative right to go ahead and politicise the Pope to try and carry forward the momentum generated by the Schiavo debacle...,


No more hedgehog jokes | Apr 05, 2005 10:27
David Slack on his own account

I should be careful what I write here, because I notice Mr Steve Braunias got in a bit of trouble for doing something similar a while ago. If you get mail that wasn't intended for you, the sensible thing - the prudent thing - the morally correct thing to do...,


Pluralism | Apr 05, 2005 10:24
Che Tibby's view from Melbourne no longer

As befitting my self-appointed role of 'public intellectual' in the style of John Ralston Saul, or even Simon Upton, let's get to talking about the role of biculturalism in New Zealand politics. One of the things that I harped on about during my studies was the interesting way in which...,

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