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Playford to Dunstan : the politics of transition / by Neal Blewett [and] Dean Jaensch
Bib ID 1996722
Format BookBook
Author
Blewett, Neal, 1933-
 
Description Melbourne : Cheshire, 1971 
x,300p. : maps, tables ; 22cm. 
ISBN 0701512997
Notes

Index.

Subjects South Australia. Politics, 1965-1970  |  South Australia -- Politics and government -- 1965-1972.
Other authors/contributors Jaensch, Dean, 1936-, joint author

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