Bill Logan(February 2010)
In this podcast Bill talks about growing up, being an activist and his role in homosexual law reform.
"I grew up in the '50s and '60s when New Zealand was a very quiet place, and I probably found that rather boring. And then I hit University and the anti-war movement, and got involved in protests and student power and all sorts of things like that. I spent my 20s mostly overseas building a small, left-wing organization, and learned a hell of a lot about Marxism and that way of looking at the world. Marxism is a program or an idea for changing things, but it's also an analysis of how things are now, and both of those... read full transcript