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A Bill for a police state : report of the Australian Council for Civil Liberties ... on the Communist Party Dissolution Bill, introduced in the House of Representatives by the prime minister, April 27, 1950
Bib ID 2331730
Format BookBook
Description Melbourne : B. Fitzpatrick for the Australian Council for Civil Liberties, 1950 
9 leaves ; 34 cm. 
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Subjects Australia. Parliament. Communist Party Dissolution Bill 1950.  |  Communist Party of Australia.  |  Communism -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Fitzpatrick, Brian, 1905-1965  |  Australian Council for Civil Liberties

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