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To convince our children / by Sir Roderick Carnegie
Bib ID 1315643
Format BookBook
Author
Carnegie, Roderick, 1932-
 
Description Melbourne : Conzinc Riotinto of Australia, 1979 
11p. : portr. ; 15x21cm. 
ISBN 0909221081
Notes

Cover title.

Text of an address delivered to the Queensland Confederation of Industry, Brisbane, March 1, 1979.

Subjects Private enterprise.  |  Business enterprises.  |  Free enterprise.
Other authors/contributors Queensland Confederation of Industry  |  Conzinc Riotinto of Australia

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