Returning to New Zealand after an absence of thirty years, Ruck examines the impact of social and economic changes on the lives of ordinary New Zealanders. He compares life in the 60s with that of the 90s for people from a variety of walks of life. After travelling around the country in a campervan, Ruck also analyses the tourism industry.
This is a second hand book.
Paperback from HarperCollins Publishers (New Zealand), 1995. 154 pages.
Very good condition.