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Communications: Theory and Practice
It is likely to seem odd to readers that a practicing journalist and editor would attempt to give advice in the thorny area of communications, especially as it relates to special interest groups inExpand
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The Durham Miners 1919-1960
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Coal, Class & Community: The United Mineworkers of New Zealand, 1880–1960
Geographically isolated and long regarded as the "quintessential" proletarians, industrial bogeymen and revolutionaries, coalminers occupy an important place in the history of industrial radicalismExpand
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Stellenbosch Rugby Touring Team, 1923
John A. Lee
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Patrick O'Farrell and the making of 'Harry Holland: Militant socialist'
Patrick O'Farrell's Harry Holland: Militant Socialist (1964) grew from a doctoral thesis completed in the mid-1950s, at the Australian National University, at the height of the Cold War. TheExpand
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