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Title   2037 NZ 

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Author   HOFFMANN Carl  ISBN   9780959794885  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   RSVP Publishing Co Ltd  Group   Fiction View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   NZ Fiction  Terms and conditions
Edition   1 Type   Go back
Publication Year   2000 
Subject   Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945) 
Stock Status   Not currently in stock - contact store for availability 
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Synopsis Natural catastrophes and imminent civil war early in the 21st Century destroyed New Zealand to the point where its only hope of survival lay in annexation by the USA. A billionaire saved her country by donating all her wealth to the nation, by founding a political party and by introducing drastic, innovative changes which included dispossession of all landowners, a generous immigration policy, a basic income for all, making all work voluntary, a fair justice system and freedom of choice in education. Her ideas worked and within a few years New Zealand became prosperous, with no ethnic or racial problems. Radio Vienna sent one of its reporters, Nora Zandler to investigate the New Zealand experience and discover any cracks in paradise. Her great-grandfather had emigrated to New Zealand in 1938, and her mother had visited him in 1990. Their accounts allowed her comparisions between then and now, and Nora began to see the country's history as paradise, paradise lost and paradise regained.

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