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Planning the modern state; an introduction to the problems of political and administrative re-organization,

Author: Francis Armand Bland
Publisher: Sydney, Australia, Angus & Robertson Ltd., 1934.
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Bland, Francis Armand.
Planning the modern state.
Sydney, Australia, Angus & Robertson Ltd., 1934
(OCoLC)612807919
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Francis Armand Bland
OCLC Number: 6528159
Notes: "Comprises a course of lectures delivered in Sydney during Michaelmas term 1933, under the auspices of the Sydney university Extension board."--Preface.
Description: xi, 230 pages, 1 leaf, 19 cm
Responsibility: by F.A. Bland.

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