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close this bookSimple Reproduction Techniques - An Instructional Aid for Workers' Educators and Trade Unionists (ILO, 1977, 120 p.)
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Reinhard Kassler


International Labour Office
Geneva

Copyright © International Labour Organisation 1977

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ISBN 92-2-100898-3

First published 1977
Second impression 1989

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