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  • Mar 26, 2012
  • 10:34 AM

Why we have so much to thank the activists for

Dion Tuuta / Taranaki Daily News
By the early 1970s, therefore, Maori language and culture was in a perilous position. That spurred a new generation of Maori leaders to stand up and actively work to halt the further loss of the Maori way of life, sometimes in the face of open hostility from wider New Zealand society.

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