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Liberate Southern Africa : a monthly survey of news and opinion / Campaign Against Racial Exploitation (CARE)
Bib ID 1819353
Format JournalJournal
Description Canberra : CARE, 1975-1976 
6 v. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISSN 0312-7028 
Numbering Note Issues for 1976 lacks monthly designation. 
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Cover title.

Subtitle varies.

Frequency varies.

Life Dates 1 (Apr. [1975])-6 (1976) 
Subjects Race discrimination -- South Africa -- Periodicals.  |  Racism -- South Africa -- Periodicals.  |  Apartheid -- South Africa -- Periodicals.  |  South Africa -- Race relations -- Periodicals.

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    Collect from: Main Reading Room
    Call Number: Nq 320.56 LIB
    Status: Available
    Items/Issues Held: 1-6 (Apr. 1975-Apr. 1976)
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