The Future of Democracy -- the best is ours to take!

Gunston, Robin
February 2006
Future Times;2006, Vol. 1, p2
Discusses issues regarding the result of the 2005 election in New Zealand. Disappointment expressed by many people on the result of the election; Definition of democracy; Factors blamed for the disappointing result; Role of the media in preserving a highly fair and democratic process.


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