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A new province for law & order / H. B. Higgins
Bib ID 1690308
Format BookBook
Author
Higgins, H. B. (Henry Bournes), 1851-1929
 
Printer (Melbourne : Anderson, Gowan Pty. Ltd.)
Description Melbourne : Govt. Printer, [1921?] 
3 v. (24, 24, 28 p.) ; 24 cm. 
Notes

Consists of three articles published in the Harvard Law Review, November 1915, January 1919, December 1920.

Cover title.

Caption titles: Federal industrial arbitration.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Arbitration, Industrial - Australia.  |  Mediation and conciliation, Industrial - Australia.

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