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Second 10 Noam Chomsky Book Draw Winners

The second and final 10 winners of the Noam Chomsky's Hegemony or Survival from our joint Allen & Unwin / Scoop promotion. A big thanks is due to Allen & Unwin, and - of course - Noam Chomsky. And thanks too to everybody who participated in the promotion. The competition is now closed.

The Winners Are:

1. J Rameil
Auckland

2. M Taylor
Auckland

3. S. McLeod
Auckland

4. N Lowry
Tauranga

5. K Nisbet
Christchurch

6. R Rusher
Auckland

7. S Dol
Wellington

8. S Kendall
Great Barrier Island

9. S. Leadbetter
Wellington

10. G. Lynne
Taranaki

ENDS

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