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Generally speaking : setting the compass for the future : a selection of abridged speeches and observations on the Australian social condition / by Major General Michael Jeffery ; researched and edited by David Hudleston
Bib ID 872823
Format BookBook
Author
Jeffery, Michael (Philip Michael), 1937-
 
Description Perth, W.A. : Government House, 2000 
180 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. 
180 p. : ill., col. ports. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0730744663
Subjects Australia -- Social life and customs -- 20th century.  |  Australia -- National security.  |  Australia -- Social conditions -- 20th century.  |  Australia -- Moral conditions.
Other authors/contributors Hudleston, David
Available From St Georges Terrace, PERTH, WA, 6000 

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