The Laws Relating to the Poor: Being a Supplement to the Sixth Edition of Bott's Poor Laws, As Well As to the Fourth Edition of Nolan's Treatise on the Same Subject: Including All the Cases and Statutes to the Day of Publication

BiblioBazaar, 2015 - 388 páginas
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Michael Nolan teaches media and politics in the journalism program at the University of Western Ontario and in the political science department at King's College, a Western affiliate. He joined CTV as a news anchor and correspondent in the mid 1960s. This is his third book on the Canadian media.

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