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PUBLIC ADDRESS 17/08/05 - Liberated!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 17/08/05 - Liberated!

Liberated!| Aug 17, 2005
On Russell Brown's Hard News Today, we post the full recording of David Lange's 1985 Oxford Union debate speech. It's been quite a long road here. Ever since I published the original transcript, readers have been asking after the recording itself and I've been negotiating with Radio New Zealand Sound Archives...

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Nuclear Weapons are Morally Indefensible (Audio) | Aug 16, 2005 DAVID LANGE, Oxford Union debate, 1985
This audio recording of David Lange's speech arguing the proposition that "Nuclear Weapons are Morally Indefensible" in the 1985 Oxford Union debate is used with the kind permission of Television New Zealand. A full transcript of the speech appears online here and is published in Great...

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Alternative Nation8*: The vision thing | Aug 16, 2005 Graham Reid's many things
Political commentators have been surprised at the sudden rise of the newly-formed Auckland-based separatist party which is now polling higher than New Zealand First. Proponents of the Auckland Region Separate Economic Zone -- which argues the city should secede from New Zealand and become an independent nation -- have found...

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Alternative Nation8*: The vision thing

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