Canadian feminist literature on law an annotated bibliography 1988-1998 in English = Recherches féministes en droit au Canada : une bibliographie annotée 1980-1998 en français by JoseМЃe Bouchard

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Other titlesRecherches féministes en droit au Canada :, Canadian journal of women and the law.
StatementJosée Bouchard, Susan B. Boyd, and Elizabeth A. Sheehy.
ContributionsSheehy, Elizabeth A., Boyd, Susan B.
LC ClassificationsKE509.A1 B68 1999
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxvi, 597 p. ;
Number of Pages597
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16321171M

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