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The politics of housing
Bib ID 756532
Format BookBook
Author
Donnison, David Vernon
 
Description [Sydney] : Building Science Forum of Australia, 1975 
19p. 
Series

R.O. Smee memorial lecture ; 1975.

Notes

Paper read at the Conference of Building Science Forum of Australia, 1975.

Subjects Housing -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Building Science Forum of Australia
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