"People Come First"

Title"People Come First"
Year for Search1980
AuthorsZepke, Nick (b. 1940)
Secondary TitlePictures of the Future
Pagination22-30
Date Published1980
PublisherMallinson Rendel
Place PublishedWellington, New Zealand
KeywordsMale author, New Zealand author
Annotation

Eutopia presented as a debate in the New Zealand legislature in 2004 over a proposed Social Justice Commission, which will oversee all social services. It is part of a Labour government plan to focus on small scale industries and limited growth and the rejection of multinational corporations. The last line of the Prime Minister’s speech indicates that all legislation has to be approved by the people voting yes or no on home terminals.

Info Notes

The book is composed of five short future scenarios for New Zealand. 

Holding Institutions

ATL, VUW

Author Note

(b. 1940)

Full Text

1980 Zepke, Nick (b. 1940). “People Come First.” In Pictures of the Future (Wellington, New Zealand: Mallinson Rendel, 1980), 22-30. ATL, VUW

Eutopia presented as a debate in the New Zealand legislature in 2004 over a proposed Social Justice Commission, which will oversee all social services. It is part of a Labour government plan to focus on small scale industries and limited growth and the rejection of multinational corporations. The last line of the Prime Minister’s speech indicates that all legislation has to be approved by the people voting yes or no on home terminals. The book is composed of five short future scenarios for New Zealand.