NZ: From Post-Dominion to Global Player (1968-1990)

This is a social, economic and political history of New Zealand from the years 1968 to 1990. It commences with the sinking of the Wahine at the entrance to Wellington Harbour, and concludes with the disastrous Sesquicentennial. These were some of the country's most important years from a perspective of rapidly changing cultural values and politics, and painted a path for the new millennium. More

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About Miles Cheifetz

Hello! I'm a 43-year-old, living in Sydney, Australia, soon to shift to North Queensland. I write mostly non-fiction, specialising in history and politics. I have a great partner, two wonderful dogs and two lovely cats.


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