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The quest for security in New Zealand, 1840 to 1966
Bib ID 2079165
Format BookBook
Author
Sutch, W. B. (William Ball), 1907-1975
 
Description Wellington ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1966 
xvi, 512 p. ; 20 cm. 
Notes

Illus. lining-papers.

"The first third of this book was published by Penguin in 1942"--Dust jacket.

"References": p. 477-489.

Subjects Working class -- New Zealand.  |  New Zealand -- Economic conditions -- 1918-  |  New Zealand -- Social conditions.
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