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The Catholic campaign for state aid : a study of a pressure group campaign in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, 1950-1972 / [by] Michael Charles Hogan
Bib ID 1305312
Format BookBook
Author
Hogan, Michael (Michael Charles), 1937-
 
Description Sydney : Catholic Theological Faculty, 1978 
vii, 308 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0909246408
Series

Studies in the Christian movement ; no. 4.

Notes

Index.

Bibliography: p.280-302.

Subjects Independent schools. Financial assistance by governments. Campaigns by Roman Catholic Church. Australia, 1950-1978. Study regions: New South Wales & Australian Capital Territory.  |  State aid to private schools -- Australia.  |  Catholic schools -- Australia -- Finance.

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