GOULD, Bryan. New Zealander, b. 1939. Genres: Politics/Government. Career: Member of Her Majesty's Diplomatic Service, London, England, 1964-68; Oxford University, Oxford, England, tutor in law and fellow of Worcester College, 1968-74; British Parliament, London, Labour member of House of Commons for Southampton, 1974-79; Thames Television, England, reporter, 1979-83; British Parliament, Labour member of House of Commons for Dagenham, 1983-94; University of Waikato, vice-chancellor, 1994. Publications: Monetarism or Prosperity?, 1981; A Charter for the Disabled, 1981; Socialism and Freedom, 1986; A Future for Socialism, 1989; Goodbye to All That, 1995. Address: University of Waikato, Private Bag 3105, Hamilton W1R 5TA, New Zealand.
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