Political economy of environmental hazards a study paper prepared for the Law Reform Commission of Canada by T. F. Schrecker

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Statementby T.F. Schrecker.
SeriesProtection of life series
ContributionsLaw Reform Commission of Canada.
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Open LibraryOL21582432M
ISBN 10066213236X

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