Agitate, educate, organise, legislate: Protestant women's social action in post-suffrage Australia

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Warne, Ellen. In J. Damousi (Ed.). (2017) Agitate, educate, organise, legislate: Protestant women's social action in post-suffrage Australia Melbourne University Press.
AuthorsWarne, Ellen
EditorsJ. Damousi
ISBN9780522869927
Page range1 - 274
Research GroupSchool of Arts
Year2017
PublisherMelbourne University Press
Place of publicationAustralia
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