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Springbok Tour Archive [Pro]: Christchurch male student, first test, political hypocrisy, extremists.

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At the conclusion of the Springbok Rugby Tour of New Zealand from July to September 1981 members of the English Department of the University of Canterbury placed advertisements in a number of newspapers and periodicals throughout New Zealand asking for people's comments and experiences. These res...

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Springbok Tour Archive [Pro]: Christchurch schoolgirl. Simulated letter to the Editor, in response to a 1980 School Cert. question

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At the conclusion of the Springbok Rugby Tour of New Zealand from July to September 1981 members of the English Department of the University of Canterbury placed advertisements in a number of newspapers and periodicals throughout New Zealand asking for people's comments and experiences. These res...

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Springbok Tour Archive [Pro]: Wellington Police Officer. Article prepared for the press on police - media relations.

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At the conclusion of the Springbok Rugby Tour of New Zealand from July to September 1981 members of the English Department of the University of Canterbury placed advertisements in a number of newspapers and periodicals throughout New Zealand asking for people's comments and experiences. These res...

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Springbok Tour Archive [Anti]: An Auckland woman's letter to prominent people in the tour controversy and replies.

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At the conclusion of the Springbok Rugby Tour of New Zealand from July to September 1981 members of the English Department of the University of Canterbury placed advertisements in a number of newspapers and periodicals throughout New Zealand asking for people's comments and experiences. These res...

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Springbok Tour Archive [Anti]: Auckland nurse, mother, student law, member Labour Party, 30. Experience at demonstrations.

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At the conclusion of the Springbok Rugby Tour of New Zealand from July to September 1981 members of the English Department of the University of Canterbury placed advertisements in a number of newspapers and periodicals throughout New Zealand asking for people's comments and experiences. These res...

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Springbok Tour Archive [Anti]: Wairarapa female schoolteacher's account of Palmerston North demonstration.

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At the conclusion of the Springbok Rugby Tour of New Zealand from July to September 1981 members of the English Department of the University of Canterbury placed advertisements in a number of newspapers and periodicals throughout New Zealand asking for people's comments and experiences. These res...

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Springbok Tour Archive [Anti]: Wairarapa female schoolteacher's account of Palmerston North demonstration.

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At the conclusion of the Springbok Rugby Tour of New Zealand from July to September 1981 members of the English Department of the University of Canterbury placed advertisements in a number of newspapers and periodicals throughout New Zealand asking for people's comments and experiences. These res...

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Springbok Tour Archive [Anti]: Wellington female journalist, 30, impressions of the tour in general.

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At the conclusion of the Springbok Rugby Tour of New Zealand from July to September 1981 members of the English Department of the University of Canterbury placed advertisements in a number of newspapers and periodicals throughout New Zealand asking for people's comments and experiences. These res...

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Springbok Tour Archive [Anti]: Christchurch man's inclusion of 'Zealandia' article as representative of his views.

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At the conclusion of the Springbok Rugby Tour of New Zealand from July to September 1981 members of the English Department of the University of Canterbury placed advertisements in a number of newspapers and periodicals throughout New Zealand asking for people's comments and experiences. These res...

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Springbok Tour Archive [Anti]: Coromandells housewife's account of trip to Hamilton and repercussions.

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At the conclusion of the Springbok Rugby Tour of New Zealand from July to September 1981 members of the English Department of the University of Canterbury placed advertisements in a number of newspapers and periodicals throughout New Zealand asking for people's comments and experiences. These res...

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Springbok Tour Archive [Anti]: Christchurch woman's account of arrest, at Brighton demonstration and general anti-apartheid experience.

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At the conclusion of the Springbok Rugby Tour of New Zealand from July to September 1981 members of the English Department of the University of Canterbury placed advertisements in a number of newspapers and periodicals throughout New Zealand asking for people's comments and experiences. These res...

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Springbok Tour Archive [Anti]: Letter to the Springbok Tour Archivists by Michael Bassett, MP for Te Atatu, commending archive.

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At the conclusion of the Springbok Rugby Tour of New Zealand from July to September 1981 members of the English Department of the University of Canterbury placed advertisements in a number of newspapers and periodicals throughout New Zealand asking for people's comments and experiences. These res...

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Springbok Tour Archive [Anti]: Canterbury University student's poem after August 15th demonstration.

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At the conclusion of the Springbok Rugby Tour of New Zealand from July to September 1981 members of the English Department of the University of Canterbury placed advertisements in a number of newspapers and periodicals throughout New Zealand asking for people's comments and experiences. These res...

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Springbok Tour Archive [Anti]: Auckland person's poem written after reading about tacks, fishhooks, etc. on a rugby field.

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At the conclusion of the Springbok Rugby Tour of New Zealand from July to September 1981 members of the English Department of the University of Canterbury placed advertisements in a number of newspapers and periodicals throughout New Zealand asking for people's comments and experiences. These res...

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Springbok Tour Archive [Anti]: Rev. C.G. Jamieson, Mosgiel forwarding general discussion, poems etc about the tour in the Christian magazine he edits.

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At the conclusion of the Springbok Rugby Tour of New Zealand from July to September 1981 members of the English Department of the University of Canterbury placed advertisements in a number of newspapers and periodicals throughout New Zealand asking for people's comments and experiences. These res...

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Springbok Tour Archive [Anti]: Christchurch woman's feelings about HART and anti-tour involvement.

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At the conclusion of the Springbok Rugby Tour of New Zealand from July to September 1981 members of the English Department of the University of Canterbury placed advertisements in a number of newspapers and periodicals throughout New Zealand asking for people's comments and experiences. These res...

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Springbok Tour Archive [Anti]: Fifteen year old schoolgirl's account of her experiences in rallies and marches in Auckland and Hamilton.

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At the conclusion of the Springbok Rugby Tour of New Zealand from July to September 1981 members of the English Department of the University of Canterbury placed advertisements in a number of newspapers and periodicals throughout New Zealand asking for people's comments and experiences. These res...

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Springbok Tour Archive [Anti]: A Dunedin veteran's account of his South African visit during the war and South African apartheid policy.

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At the conclusion of the Springbok Rugby Tour of New Zealand from July to September 1981 members of the English Department of the University of Canterbury placed advertisements in a number of newspapers and periodicals throughout New Zealand asking for people's comments and experiences. These res...

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Springbok Tour Archive [Anti]: Dunedin man's two letters enclosed, one sent to the Springboks in Invercargill, the other a letter to the editor, ODT.

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At the conclusion of the Springbok Rugby Tour of New Zealand from July to September 1981 members of the English Department of the University of Canterbury placed advertisements in a number of newspapers and periodicals throughout New Zealand asking for people's comments and experiences. These res...

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Springbok Tour Archive [Anti]: Wellington schoolgirl's letter sent to Mrs Sutherland, Chairperson of SPIR, and others.

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At the conclusion of the Springbok Rugby Tour of New Zealand from July to September 1981 members of the English Department of the University of Canterbury placed advertisements in a number of newspapers and periodicals throughout New Zealand asking for people's comments and experiences. These res...

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