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THE WEEK IN REVIEW: Columns posted on over the last week

Feminist Pendulum Has Swung Too Far - Penny Webster (MP)

The Sad Saga Of Tairawhiti Health - Kurt Mastrovich

Aids Foundation Supplies Some Facts (Reply To Column Of Reuben Chapple)
Kevin Grant Hague

Labour Costs New Zealanders Dearly - Wyatt Creech (MP)

Why Communism Kills - Reuben Chapple

Pathological Perverts - Reuben Chapple

Sometimes It's Not Easy Being An Atheist Part 1 - Lionel Aspden

Pigs' Heads And Artists' Brains - Mike Crowl

Why Reuben Is Right (Puny Arguments Dismantled) - Reuben Chapple

Left = Communism? - Kurt Mastrovich

Our Flag - Symbol, Sign or Trademark? - Simon O'Connor

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