Crown Colony Government in New Zealand; McLINTOCK, A H; 1958; 2014.1.0573
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Contents: Part I. The coming of sovereignty: The problem society -- Idealism rampant -- The Treaty of Waitangi -- Part II. Men and government: The Colonial Office and New Zealand -- Men set under authority -- The Hobson tragedy -- Improvisation -- Moral suasion -- The master hand -- The expanding administration -- Government by council -- Part III. The evolution of a constitution: The rights of Englishmen -- The Constitution of 1846 -- The Constitutional associations -- Widening aspirations -- The birth-pangs of a constitution -- The Constitution Act of 1852 -- The aftermath of the Act: Political frustration -- Epilogue: The end of an era: Grey in retrospect -- Appendices. Appendix D contains a copy of the Constitution Act of 1852. Foreword by The Right Hon. Walter Nash M.P., Prime Minister of New Zealand.Date Made
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