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New perspectives on race and housing in Britain

New perspectives on race and housing in Britain

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Published by Centre for Housing Research in Glasgow .
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Statementedited by Susan J. Smith and John Mercer.
SeriesStudies in housing -- 2
ContributionsSmith, Susan J., Mercer, John, 1942-, Centre for Housing Research.
The Physical Object
Pagination247p.
Number of Pages247
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14255793M

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