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The government and the media / by W. Macmahon Ball
Bib ID 2773679
Format BookBook
Author
Ball, W. Macmahon (William Macmahon), 1901-1986
 
Description [Melbourne] : [University of Melbourne], 1975 
8p. ; 30cm. 
ISBN 0909454116
Series

Arthur Norman Smith memorial lecture in journalism ; 1975

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"An edited transcript of a tape-recording of the lecture'.

Subjects Australia. Commonwealth government related to mass media.  |  Government and the press - Australia.  |  Mass media - Political aspects - Australia.  |  Mass media - Law and legislation - Australia.
Other authors/contributors University of Melbourne

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