THE ALMOST NEW WORLD

THE ALMOST NEW WORLD

at all, they probably thought of it as an old ally, a faraway vacationland something like California, a pair of picturesque islands domi- nated by sheep and English traditions. Then Prime Minister Da- vid Lange hit the headlines. He told Washington to keep the
U.S. Navy's nuclear-armed ships out of his country's ports. Sur- prised, the Reagan administration said that New Zealand's sud- den self-assertiveness threatened the 35-year-old ANZUS alli- ance. Nevertheless, New Zealand's parliament will...

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