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An Anarchist comment on nuclear power, society and you
Bib ID 52904
Format BookBook
Description Brisbane [Qld.] : Socialist Action Group (Anarchist Tendency), 1978 
[20] p. : ill. ; 21 cm. 
Notes

Cover title: Uranium : oppression for the next decade and beyond.

Subjects Socialist Action Group (Anarchist Tendency)  |  Anarchism -- Australia.  |  Energy policy -- Australia.  |  Uranium mines and mining -- Law and legislation -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Socialist Action Group (Anarchist Tendency)
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Uranium, oppression for the next decade and beyond

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