The Treaty is as controversial today as it was in 1989 when qWaitangi: MAori and PAkehA Perspectives of the Treaty of Waitangiq was published. It remains central to debates about New Zealand society and its future. Among new issues to emerge in the last fifteen years are the inclusion of the Treaty in a large range of legislation, greater recognition by the Crown of its duty to recognise the Treaty, and the transformation of the claims process. The contributing authors provide a range of perspectives on the social, legal, and historical impact of the Treaty, and address the issues that have emerged over the 1990s and into the twenty-first century.The Treaty is as controversial today as it was in 1989 when aquot;Waitangi: MAori and PAkehA Perspectives of the Treaty of Waitangiaquot; was published.
|Author||:||Michael Belgrave, Merata Kawharu, David Vernon Williams|