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Labor's policy, how labor will plan for Australia's greatness
Bib ID 891952
Format BookBook
Author
Calwell, Arthur A. (Arthur Augustus), 1896-1973
 
Description [Canberra, 1963] 
34p. ; 21cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

p.25-34: Rural policy speech, delivered by R. T. Pollard.

Subjects Campaign literature -- Australia .
Other authors/contributors Pollard, R. T. (Reginald Thomas), 1894-1981  |  Australian Labor Party
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