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First 10 Noam Chomsky Book Draw Winners

The first 10 winners of the joint Scoop / Allen & Unwin promotional campaign for Noam Chomsky's Hegemony or Survival are listed below. The lucky winners can expect to receive their copies of the book in the post in coming days. Congratulations!!!

A big thanks is due to Allen & Unwin, and - of course - Noam Chomsky. Another ten copies are yet to be won so sign up to receive Scoop's daily headlines and columns of your choice today!!!



The Winners Are:

1. S. Barrett
Nelson, NZ

2. A. Naude
Auckland, NZ

3. C. Roberts
Auckland, NZ

4. L. Walker
Auckland, NZ

5. C. Yee
Wellington, New Zealand

6. N. Waters
Dunedin, NZ

7. C. Bishop

8. C. Cooper
Hamilton, NZ

9. M. Greene
Wellington, NZ


10. R. Seaman
Auckland, NZ

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