The State in New Zealand, 1840-1984. Socialism Without Doctrines?

@inproceedings{Martin2000TheSI,
  title={The State in New Zealand, 1840-1984. Socialism Without Doctrines?},
  author={John Henry Martin},
  year={2000}
}
Michael Bassett has been a prolific publisher of political history in recent years. This equips him well to undertake a more general examination of the place of the state in New Zealand over one and half centuries. The current book is given an additional edge by his personal participation in both the Third (1972-75) and Fourth (1984-90) Labour governments. Bassett poses a simple but rather heretical question amongst historians about the role of the state in New Zealand’s history – whether its… CONTINUE READING

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