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PUBLIC ADDRESS - Traditional Pragmatic Conservative | Sep 30, 2005

Traditional Pragmatic Conservative | Sep 30, 2005 10:06
Russell Brown's Hard News
Simon Pound conducted an excellent interview on The Wire with National Party historian Barry Gustafson, regarding the moderate pushback within the party: NATFORT and all that. Gustafson's view is that the ideas on Maori and immigrants that National took into this year's election were the work of the...
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Political Science Fisticuffs: Jab, Jab, Left Hook! | Sep 29, 2005
Che Tibby's view from Wellington
I think the main thing I need Keith to clarify is how he gets the Mâori seats providing 150% representation? I know that with tactical voting in the Mâori electorates, or what is also called 'split voting', giving your candidate vote to one party and your party vote to another,...
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