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Salient. Victoria University Student Newspaper. Volume 39, Number 21, September 6, 1976.

Where's the Support?

Where's the Support?

So while August Council concerned itself with Assessment and Civil Liberties campaigns, and passed motions about superpower hegemony and nuclear power, it failed to look over its shoulder to see how many students actually gave two stuffs about the whole thing - and if they gave two stuffs how they could get involved.

During the questioning of the presidential aspirants, many constituent associations put forward the view that in 1977 NZUSA would need a strong leader to ward off Muldoon and his fascist mates. But none of them realised that the only way to counter fascist threats is through having a strong base of involved members, so that when students' associations come under attack they can take it head on rather than having to worry about the amount of support they will actually receive from their own members.