The 100 Days: Claiming Back New Zealand

What has gone wrong and how we can control our politicians


The 100 Days: Claiming Back New Zealand - The 100 Days: Claiming Back New Zealand ISBN9780987657381
The 100 Days: Claiming Back New Zealand ISBN9780987657381
The 100 Days: Claiming Back New Zealand
What has gone wrong and how we can control our politicians

"Reform (of our institutions, laws, regulations, politics) must come from outside the realm of public institutions. lt must come from the associations of civil society. lt must come from us, the citizens."
- Niall Ferguson, BBC Reith Lecture No 2, 2012
The Rule of Law and Its Enemies


"Politicians ...I have come to the conclusion that the only way to control them is through your proposal."
- Emeritus Professor David Flint
http://www.davidflint.com.au


"That Amy's book will be attacked by the 'progressives' will only endorse how adrift they are. The hope is that New Zealanders may find this book as a compass in a storm."
- Leighton Smith, Talk-back radio host, NewstalkZB

"As always, the quality of writing is superb, the power of the arguments is compelling, the research behind the debate is impressive ...The book draws from a wide and eclectic range of sources and displays deep understanding of a number of pertinent issues. lt's a high-quality piece of work and a joy to read ...l find myself saying 'Absolutely! Hear! Hear!' to the great bulk of your analysis - particularly in relation to education and Maori matters . Agree or disagree, because of the concerns it raises and the information it contains, this book should be compulsory reading for all New Zealanders in public office. I really do congratulate you on a magnificent effort.
- Greg Newbold, Professor, School of Social and Political Sciences,
University of Canterbury

  • ISBN: 9780987657381
  • Published: 2013
  • Pages: 372
  • Dimensions: 210x148mm
Soft cover Soft cover
  NZ$ 20.00  29.95



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