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Defend universities : join the National Day of protest, Tuesday October 13 / L.B. Wallis
Bib ID 4770016
Format BookBook
Author
Wallis, L. B
 
Description South Melbourne : Federation of Australian University Staff Associations, [between 1970 and 1989] 
1 broadside : ill. ; 39 x 63 cm. 
Notes

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Subjects Federation of Australian University Staff Associations.  |  Civil rights -- Australia.  |  Political activists -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Federation of Australian University Staff Associations

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