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Bryce Edwards: Political Roundup – Where is the contest of ideas in the election campaign?

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 6 August 2020
Bryce Edwards: Political Roundup – Where is the contest of ideas in the election campaign?COMMENT: Can we postpone this year's election? Quite frankly, the political parties don't seem ready for it, and aren't about to offer voters the necessary policy choices for the unprecedented times we're in. We've ended up with...
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