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Treaty of Waitangi
by Sir Apirana Ngata was first published
by the Department of Maori Affairs. They stated: “Sir Apirana was
trained as a lawyer
and had a brilliantly lucid understanding of legal and parliamentary
His analysis of the Treaty, article by article, is so clearly and
simply written that even young people will be able to understand
it, in spite of the complexity of the subject matter”.
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