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Conflict and Compromise

Essays on the Maori Since Colonisation



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Conflict and Compromise: Essays on the Maori Since Colonisation
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A new release of this classic collection, published in 1975 and back in print for the first time. Conflict and Compromise represents a landmark in considering race relations in New Zealand just prior to the current Treaty of Waitangi settlement process. Contributions by eight leading academics, including Michael Jackson, Gilda Misur and Ranginui Walker are brought together by the distinguished leader of Ngati Whatua, Sir Hugh Kawharu, to provide case studies of conflicts and compromises in relations between Maori and Pakeha. Topics include literacy in the nineteenth century, Maori prophet movements, aspects of early development, Maori work behaviour, Maori religion in the city suburbs, and race relations in timber towns. This edition contains a new preface by Sir Hugh and a new cover
Release date NZ
July 22nd, 2003
Edited by H. Kawhuru
Country of Publication
New Zealand
Illustrations, maps
Raupo Publishing (NZ) Ltd
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