Richard George Scott New Zealand historian and journalist. He wrote many books on the history of New Zealand. His first book, 151 Days (1952), was about the 1951 New Zealand waterfront dispute. His most well-known work is Ask That Mountain (1975), which tells the events of the non-violent Māori resistance to European occupation in Parihaka. Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark called it "one of New Zealand's most influential books." His autobiography, Dick Scott: A Radical Writer's Life, was published in 2004.(17 November 1923 – 1 January 2020) was a
Scott died on 1 January 2020, at the age of 96.
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- Preston, Nikki (7 January 2020). "Historian and author Dick Scott dies on New Year's Day". The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 19 January 2020.