Inquiry into the Scottish economy 1960-1961
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Inquiry into the Scottish economy 1960-1961 report. by Committee of Inquiry into the Scottish ecoNOMY.

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Published by Scottish Council .
Written in English


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ContributionsToothill, J. N., Scottish council (Development and Industry).
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Open LibraryOL21410176M

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