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J. Dalton author, Sydney University Press publisher 1967, 311pp, hard cover, dust jacket, b/w photo.
This is the first detailed study of the years between the introduction of responsible government in New Zealand (1856) and the end of the wars of the 1860’s, and the first to examine native policy in its political context. The author extends our knowledge of many aspects of the period, including: the introduction and operation of responsible government in New Zealand; the policy, influence and shortcomings of the Colonial Office; political issues, personalities and parties in the period; the nature and development of ‘Maori nationalism’; race relations in New Zealand at a period of great interest and importance; and the causes, conduct, and effects of the Maori Wars. A nice clean copy, no inscriptions
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