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Chief Constables" anxieties and preoccupations, 1966

Christian Economic and Social Research Foundation.

Chief Constables" anxieties and preoccupations, 1966

points from their reports to the licensing magistrates in towns and cities of England and Wales for 1966.

by Christian Economic and Social Research Foundation.

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Published by The Foundation in London .
Written in English

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Text on cover.

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