Monthly Archives: September 2012

Asset Sales Debacle: The Spin and the Spittle

I am not going to insult the intelligence of the National Government by swallowing the line that it was primarily the decision of the Waitangi Tribunal on water claims that has led to the delay in asset sales. Four years … Continue reading

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For Shulamith Firestone, Who Endured

I ploughed through all the second-wave feminist “iconic” works quite some decades ago now. And, of course, I was never the same again. Shulamith Firestone’s Dialectic of Sex (the first chapter is online here) and Simone de Beauvoir’s The Second … Continue reading

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