Diary of the Kirk Years

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Reed, 1981 - New Zealand - 320 pages
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"Lng before he became Prime Minister of New Zealand [in 1972], Norman Kirk said to his private secretary, Margaret Hayward, "You and I are going to write about all this." He encouraged her to take notes - she already was - and sometimes pointed out matters of particular significance because he believed people should record history as it happened. This is Margaret Hayward's own diary, not the book Norman Kirk himself may have written, with or without her assistance ..."--Book jacket.,

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