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The unity question and a brief history of the Socialist Labor Party : report of debate between E.E. Judd (S.L.P.) & A.S. Reardon (A.S.P.)
Bib ID 2284328
Format BookBook
Author
Judd, E. E. (Ernest Edward)
 
Description Sydney : Socialist Labor Party of Australia, 1917 
32 p. ; 18 cm. 
Subjects Socialist Labor Party (Australia)  |  Australian Socialist Party.
Other authors/contributors Reardon, A. S. (A. Silvery)

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