The aim of The Maori Record (1904-1907) came from ‘an earnest desire to place the grievances, desires and aspirations of the Maori people before their European fellow-subjects’ (February, 1906: 1). The paper's purpose was to generate support for Māori grievances from the Pākehā community. Many of the subscribers were members of the New Zealand Bar and judges. The Maori Record is critical of Sir James Carroll and his Government's Māori land policies.» Read more
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