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“ Waikato, Taniwharo he piko he taniwha, he piko he taniwha” Turongo House, 2000. Pg 87)
A critical analysis to western/imperialism in relation to the Kingitanga
In conclusion despite all trials and tribulations the Kiingitanga, held true to their Mana and taonga tuku iho o nga tupuna, they have survived through western/imperialism by evolving and maintaining their Maaoritanga, from the impact of land confiscation, divide and conquer tactics and bloodshed. From those struggles rose the need for unification of Tainui iwi and reclamation of Raupatu thus resulting in empowering their identity as a people.
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