Attacking Authority

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Matthews, Stephen 2011. Attacking Authority. Australian Journal of Professional and Applied Ethics. 13 (2), pp. 59 - 70.
AuthorsMatthews, Stephen
Year2011
JournalAustralian Journal of Professional and Applied Ethics
Journal citation13 (2), pp. 59 - 70
ISSN1328-4576
Page range59 - 70
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