New rights New Zealand: myths, moralities and markets
Auckland University Press, 2005 - Business & Economics - 206 pages
The New Right group in New Zealand believes that government should be separate from a country''s economy. It''s growth between 1984 and 1999 is set within its global economic and moral context in this study, providing a more accurate picture than that given by those who only see the reforms as part of the play of global capitalism or in terms of local personalities and agendas.
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