This is a second-hand copy of the book New Flags Flying: Pacific Leadership, edited by Ian Johnstone and Michael Powles and published by Huia Publishers in 2012. It is a paperback and has 328 pages.
About the book:
Between 1960 and 1990, Australia, Britain, New Zealand and the USA decided to leave most of the islands they'd ruled for a hundred years.
As they prepared to go, a handful of brave Pacific people - teachers, doctors, priests, chiefs, trade unionists had to overcome exploitation, division and neglect and then lead their people forward into nationhood.
Recorded and edited by Ian Johnstone and Michael Powles, here are the stories of the leaders who set new flags flying across our Pacific Ocean.
Note: this is a used book. As a used book you can expect a little bit of wear around th edges. The book comes with a CD at the back. While the CD looks fine, it has not been tested and we make no guarantees or claims as to its use, function, or compatibility with modern technology.
Condition: used (good). Format: paperback Pages: 328 ISBN: 9781775500131
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