Asian Canadians aspects of social change selections from the proceedings Asian Canadian Symposium VI, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, June 6 to 8, 1984 by Asian Canadian Symposium (6th 1984 University of Guelph)

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Statementedited by K. Victor Ujimoto and Josephine Naidoo.
ContributionsUjimoto, K. Victor, 1935-, Naidoo, Josephine.
LC ClassificationsF1035.O6 A85 1984
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Paginationii, 202 p. :
Number of Pages202
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Open LibraryOL2306811M
LC Control Number86182950

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