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Standing In The Sunshine: A History Of New Zealand Women Since They Won The Vote

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An illustrated history of New Zealand women since they won the vote. I liked the style of this book - where general themes have been grouped together in short 'snippets' - although there is a wealth of information it doesn't appear too bogged down or condensed. An excellent resource book which has a bicultural frame of reference.
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