People, Power, and Law: A New Zealand History

We are pleased to announce the above title by Alexander Gillespie and Claire Breen is available at a discounted price if you use the order code below.

This book offers a unique insight into the key legal and social issues at play in New Zealand today. Tackling the most pressing issues, it tracks the evolution of these societal problems from 1840 to the present day.

Issues explored include: racism; the position of women; the position of Maori, free speech, and censorship. Through these issues, the authors track New Zealand’s evolution to one of the most famously liberal and tolerant societies in the world.

Alexander Gillespie is Professor of Law and Claire Breen is Professor of Law, both at the University of Waikato, New Zealand.

May 2022   |   9781509931613   |   640pp   |   Hbk   |    RRP: £140 / $190

Discount Price: £112 / $152

Order online at www.bloomsbury.com  – use the code GLR A6AUK for UK orders and GLR A6AUS for US orders to get 20% off!

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