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Dear Harry / [text: Harry Butler]
Bib ID 2984991
Format BookBook
Author
Butler, Harry, 1930-2015
 
Description Sydney : Australian Broadcasting Commission, c1980 
100 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm. 
ISBN 0642974535
Summary

p.27-35; Authors position on Aboriginal land rights; p.51-59; His position on uranium mining.

Notes

Cover subtitle: Based on the ABC television series In the wild: Harry Butler answers letters from his audience.

Subjects Australia. Environment. Effects of man.  |  Nature -- Effect of human beings on -- Australia.  |  Human ecology -- Australia.  |  Land rights - Excisions and leases - Mining leases.  |  Environment - Conservation.  |  Land rights - Mining industry.  |  Mining industry - Uranium.  |  Australia.
Other authors/contributors Australian Broadcasting Commission
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In the wild

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