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Who comes first in the family, parents or children? / [by Ian Paxton]
Bib ID 1304353
Format BookBook
Author
Paxton, Ian
 
Description West Melbourne, Vic. : Mission of St. James and St. John, Educational Resource, 1979 
[7]p. : ill. ; 27cm. 
ISBN 0908487037
Notes

Cover title.

Supplement to On being, February 1976.

Subjects Families. Interpersonal relationships.  |  Families.  |  Interpersonal relations.
Other authors/contributors Mission of St. James and St. John, Melbourne. Educational Resource

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