Ranginui Walker's Ka whawhai tonu matou: struggle without end (1990, revised in 2004) challenged widely held assumptions about New Zealand history and identity. In the book he gave a new history of Māori experience both before and after European colonisation. The 'struggle without end' he described was that of Māori for self-determination.
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Reference: Ranginui Walker, Ka whawhai tonu mātou: Struggle without end. Auckland: Penguin, 1990
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