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water industry 1900-51 a failure of public policy? by John Hassan

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Published by Manchester MetropolitanUniversity, Dept. of Economics and Econometric History in Manchester .
Written in English

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StatementJohn A. Hassan.
SeriesSeries -- no.93-09
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Open LibraryOL17294017M

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