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BLP & ethnic minorities in Birmingham

Prem Singh Khalsi

BLP & ethnic minorities in Birmingham

a discussion document on Labour Party politics & a multi-ethnic society inmodern Birmingham

by Prem Singh Khalsi

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Published by D.E. Spilsury in Birmingham .
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Statementproduced by Prem Singh Khalsi, Alton Burnett and David Spilsbury.
ContributionsBurnett, Alton., Spilsbury, David., Birmingham Labour Party.
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Open LibraryOL13775540M


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