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The Politics of Equality - New Zealand's Adventures in Democracy
The Politics of Equality - New Zealand's Adventures in Democracy
Lipson, Leslie
University of Chicago Press, 1948. In January, 1939, Leslie Lipson became the foundation Professor of Political Science at Victoria, and in the University of New Zealand as a whole. During his seven years in Wellington he wrote The Politics of Equality: New Zealand's Adventures in Democracy, published in 1948 by the University of Chicago Press. This was immediately recognised as a classic contribution to our political literature When Leslie Lipson returned to Victoria in 1989, to participate in the Jubilee of his founding of the School of Political Science, he said, I learned that a small people can be a truly great power in formulating and practising humane social values. In this way all my subsequent thinking, teaching and writing have borne the imprint of the years I spent in Wellington. Those of us who have followed Leslie Lipson in thinking, teaching, and writing about politics at Victoria have similarly borne the imprint of his Politics of Equality.
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