Salient. Victoria University Student Newspaper. Volume. 33, Number 13. 1970
Teach-ins used to be the means radical groups proved their academic respectability, until Mr Muldoon turned academic responsibility into a contradiction in terms for the average government supporter. The Womans Liberation teach-in on August 8th was needed, on some kind of academic support, dubious blessing and all as it was, to extracite the new Wellington version of radical feminisim from the stranglehold of its present media image. NZBC camera crews and Evening Post reporters, though murmeruring 'I told you so' at the sight of the initially small audience, were observed to flinch visibly when they found themselves agreeing with a feminist argument.