CHINA, THE DOOR OPENS - A LITTLE in Current Affairs Bulletin Vol 61, No.11

By: Frederick Teiwes

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CHINA, THE DOOR OPENS - A LITTLE in Current Affairs Bulletin Vol 61, No.11 by Frederick Teiwes
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Centre for Cont. Education, University of Sydney, 1981. Magazine, 9.25" x 6.75. Ex-library magazine with usual stamps, markings etc. GOOD condition. The author was Reader in Government at the University of Sydney, and author of two books on China. In same issue: The Challenge to Industrial Relations by Mark Wooden & Roy Kriegler, and Intergovernmental Agencies Lubricating a Federal System.

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