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Lepa
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posted 23 March 2008 07:37 PM      Profile for Lepa     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
How has Treaty of Waitangi changed the social conditions of the signatories?
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unionist
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posted 23 March 2008 07:53 PM      Profile for unionist     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I believe they're all dead, but that's likely more due to the passage of time than to the Treaty itself.

ETA: I should have added:

Welcome to babble, Lepa!

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martin dufresne
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posted 23 March 2008 08:26 PM      Profile for martin dufresne   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Of course, the signatories of the Treaty of Waitangi are the populations and States involved - the Maoris and the British - not the individuals who signed it. (You will have to excuse Unionist, Lepa, he tends to gently ambush folks now and then...)
Do you have an opinion yourself on how the Maoris have been faring in New Zealand and elsewhere as a consequence of Waitangi?

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