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Order Paper: Arrogance and the 'just' fallacy

New Zealanders do not like governments which get too up themselves. 

Fri, 19 May 2017

In 1993 New Zealanders voted for an electoral system specifically designed to ensure no one party is ever likely to hold power on its own. 

And then, of course, we’ve spent the next quarter century grousing about that electoral system.

It’s the Kiwi way, really.

But loathe it or...well,

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Order Paper: Arrogance and the 'just' fallacy
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