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CARE newsletter / Campaign Against Racial Exploitation
Bib ID 445750
Format JournalJournal
Uniform Title CARE newsletter (Campaign Against Racial Exploitation)
Description Melbourne : The Campaign 
v. : ill. ; 34-44 cm. 
ISSN 0726-6103 
Numbering Note Mar. 1985 numbered no. 56 instead of no. 66 
Notes

Imprint varies. From No. 29 (Mar./Apr. 1981)-no. 87 (Apr./May 1988) published Adelaide : National Office of the Campaign Against Racial Exploitation

Description based on: No. 5 (Sept. 1978)

Life Dates Ceased in 1990  Began in 1967? 
Later Title

Viva (Mt. Lawley, W.A.) 1035-4859

Frequency 10 issues per annum 
Subjects Racism -- Periodicals.  |  Racism -- Australia -- Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors Campaign Against Racial Exploitation
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    Call Number: Nf 320.56 CAR
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    Items/Issues Held: No. 1-2; no. 5; no. 7 - no. 94 (1976/7 - Mar. 1977; Sept. 1978; Nov./Dec. 1978 - Sept./Dec. 1990)
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