Exercising political citizenship Muriel Heagney and the Australian Labor party

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Francis, Rosemary. (2008). Exercising political citizenship Muriel Heagney and the Australian Labor party. Victorian Historical Journal. 79(2), pp. 265 - 276.
AuthorsFrancis, Rosemary
Year2008
JournalVictorian Historical Journal
Journal citation79 (2), pp. 265 - 276
PublisherRoyal Historical Society of Victoria
ISSN1030-7710
Page range265 - 276
Research GroupSchool of Arts
Place of publicationAustralia
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