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    HELEN CLARK IN 1998

    By HEF Admin | June 12, 2008

    13 Jun 2008

    Hi Barbara,

    Who said it????

    “She wants to busy herself with what goes on in the homes of the nation in areas which families regard as their own responsibility, and I think she’s going over a very dangerous line.”

    Who said this? HELEN CLARK IN 1998
    Who was she referring to? JENNY SHIPLEY – THE PRIME MINISTER AT THE TIME

    Source – Dominion Post 30 March 1998 (referring to Shipley’s proposed code of social and family responsibility, and her suggestion of values and religious teaching in schools – SHOCK HORROR!!!)

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