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Preface -- Orthographical note -- Introduction -- Chapter One: From Many to One: Linking the 'Fishing Villages' -- Chapter Two: The Press Stirred into New Life -- Chapter Three: The Symbols of 'Godzone' -- Chapter Four: Was New Zealand Exceptional? -- Chapter Five: 'New Zealand for the New Zealanders' -- Chapter Six: For God, for Queen and for (Which?) Country -- Chapter Seven: Forging a National Identity Through Sport Chapter Eight: In Thrall to the Oval Ball -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index.
Ron Palenski ONZM is the founder and CE of the New Zealand Hall of Fame in Dunedin and the author of numerous books for a general audience, most notably All Blacks: The Authorised Portrait (2007), the Encyclopedia of New Zealand Rugby (1999) and How We Saw the War: 1939-45: Through New Zealand Eyes (2009). The Making of New Zealanders is based on Palenski's acclaimed PhD thesis from the University of Otago.