Monthly Archives: December 2016

Letter to Donald Trump

23 December 2016 Dear Donald What you bring to the Presidency is the ability to reach across the aisle, make workable deals, and drive them through Congress.  You also need to carry Americans with you.  To do this, you must … Continue reading

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Why Shakespeare is important for young people

By Peter Winsley, December 2016 William Shakespeare is the world’s greatest playwright and poet.  He is also the greatest psychologist, because he reflected human nature as he observed it, not as it was later theorized to be. Shakespeare wrote around … Continue reading

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Overcoming child poverty, with the future in mind

Overcoming child poverty, with the future in mind By Peter Winsley, December 2016   Child poverty in New Zealand can be defined as an economic and sociological state that impedes children reaching their full potential. Poverty in New Zealand is … Continue reading

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