Michael Bassett

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  • Bassett, Michael (1982). Three Party Politics in New Zealand 1911–1931. Auckland: Historical Publications.
  • Bassett, Michael, Sir Joseph Ward (1993);
  • Bassett, Michael (1995). Coates of Kaipara.
  • Bassett, Michael, The Mother of All Departments: A History of the Department of Internal Affairs (1997)
  • Bassett, Michael, The State in New Zealand 1840–1984: Socialism Without Doctrines? (1998)
  • Bassett, Michael and King, Michael, Tomorrow Comes the Song: A life of Peter Fraser (2001)
  • Bassett and Bassett, Judith, Roderick Deane: His Life & Times (2006)
  • Bassett, Michael and Goldsmith, Paul, The Myers (2007)
  • Bassett, Michael, Working with David (2008)
  • Bassett, Michael and Goldsmith, Paul, Puketutu and its People (2008)
  • Bassett, Michael, City of Sails: The History of Auckland City Council, 1989–2010 (2013)
  • Bassett, Michael. "Airey, Willis Thomas Goodwin". Dictionary of New Zealand Biography . Ministry for Culture and Heritage . Retrieved 8 February 2018.
  • Bassett, Michael. "Coates, Joseph Gordon". Dictionary of New Zealand Biography . Ministry for Culture and Heritage . Retrieved 8 February 2018.
  • Bassett, Michael. "Kirk, Norman Eric". Dictionary of New Zealand Biography . Ministry for Culture and Heritage . Retrieved 8 February 2018.
  • Bassett, Michael. "Ward, Joseph George". Dictionary of New Zealand Biography . Ministry for Culture and Heritage . Retrieved 8 February 2018.
  • Notes

    1. Traue 1978, p. 54.
    2. 1 2 3 4 Taylor, Alister; Coddington, Deborah (1994). Honoured by the Queen – New Zealand. Auckland: New Zealand Who's Who Aotearoa. p. 58. ISBN   0-908578-34-2.
    3. Michael E.R. Bassett, The Socialist Party of America, 1912–1919: Years of Decline. Department of History, Duke University, 1963. Available through University Microfilms International, a division of ProQuest.
    4. Bassett, Michael (3 April 2002). "Self Help". michaelbassett.co.nz.
    5. 1 2 3 4 "Controversy Comes Early". The New Zealand Herald . 2 August 1984. p. 20.
    6. 1 2 3 Wilson 1985, p. 182.
    7. Bassett, Michael. The Third Labour Government.
    8. "Jobs wait on ex-MPs". The Dominion . 10 January 1976. p. 3.
    9. "The Team". The New Zealand Herald . 15 December 1979. p. 12.
    10. "Labour's shadow line-up". The Evening Post . 13 March 1981. p. 4.
    11. Shand, Greg (5 February 1982). "Dr Bassett Pays Penalty but Intends to Continue 'Fight'". The New Zealand Herald . p. 3.
    12. Wilson 1985, p. 98.
    13. Bassett 2008, p. 192.
    14. Bassett 2008, p. 292.
    15. Bassett 2008, p. 528.
    16. Bassett 2008, p. 530.
    17. Bassett 2008, p. 525.
    18. 1 2 Young, Audrey (15 December 2006). "Police extend Brash emails inquiry". The New Zealand Herald . Retrieved 12 August 2012.
    19. Bassett 2008, p. 541.
    20. Berry, Ruth (21 September 2004). "I'm out, Bassett tells Waitangi Tribunal". The New Zealand Herald . Retrieved 14 August 2014.
    21. "Correspondence between Michael Bassett and Tim Pankurst, editor Dominion Post". 13 December 2006. Retrieved 31 March 2014.
    22. Peacock, Colin (4 March 2021). "NZME pulls racism article and bans Bassett". Radio New Zealand.
    23. Bassett, Michael (1999). "The Essentials of Successful Political Leadership in Twentieth Century New Zealand Politics". Political Science. 52 (2): 108–119. doi:10.1177/003231879905100201.
    24. Bassett 2008, p. 98.
    25. "No. 52953". The London Gazette (2nd supplement). 13 June 1992. p. 30.
    26. "New Year honours list 2018". Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. 30 December 2017. Retrieved 18 January 2018.

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    Michael Bassett
    Michael Bassett.jpg
    Bassett in 2018
    22nd Minister of Internal Affairs
    In office
    24 August 1987 9 February 1990
    New Zealand Parliament
    Preceded by Member of Parliament for Waitemata
    1972–1975
    Succeeded by
    New constituency Member of Parliament for Te Atatu
    1978–1990
    Succeeded by
    Political offices
    Preceded by Minister of Internal Affairs
    1987–1990
    Succeeded by
    Minister for Arts and Culture
    1987–1990
    Preceded by Minister of Local Government
    1984–1990
    Succeeded by
    Preceded by Minister of Health
    1984–1987
    Succeeded by