Perspectives: a view of man and society by W. H. Blackmore

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Published by Macmillan in South Melbourne, Vic .

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Statement[by] W. H. Blackmore, R. E. Cotter [and] Zita McAneney. Advisory editor: Alan Dwight.
ContributionsCotter, R. E., joint author., McAneney, Zita, joint author.
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LC ClassificationsH95 .B48 1973
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Pagination213 p.
Number of Pages213
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Open LibraryOL5473430M
ISBN 100333139887
LC Control Number73176658

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