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APA Citation

Wishart, Ian. & Anti TV Licence Campaign.  (2000).  Beating big brother : how people power turned off the TV tax!.  Auckland, N.Z :  Anti TV Licence Campaign

MLA Citation

Wishart, Ian. and Anti TV Licence Campaign.  Beating big brother : how people power turned off the TV tax! / Ian Wishart  Anti TV Licence Campaign Auckland, N.Z  2000

Australian/Harvard Citation

Wishart, Ian. & Anti TV Licence Campaign.  2000,  Beating big brother : how people power turned off the TV tax! / Ian Wishart  Anti TV Licence Campaign Auckland, N.Z

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  | title=Beating big brother : how people power turned off the TV tax! / Ian Wishart
  | author1=Wishart, Ian
  | author2=Anti TV Licence Campaign
  | year=2000
  | publisher=Anti TV Licence Campaign
  | language=English
}}

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