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Et Al. Critical Remarks on the National Question, Volume 1..DO NOT USE, USE c08864

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Critical Remarks on the National Question is based around the installation that’s obvious! that’s right! that’s true! by et al., Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu, 2009. The publication expands upon issues of global colonisation, settlement and unauthorised outposts. It includes essays by Jan Bryant, Jennifer Hay and Jeremy Marshall.

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