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Booklet - M.J.R.MacKellar, 'Towards A Population Policy for Australia', 1976 Document Reg. No: HT 8554

Summary:
Blue-covered booklet entitled 'Towards A Population Policy for Australia', published 1976. Contains an address to Stable Population Forum, Adelaide, 9/8/1976 by Hon M.J.R.MacKellar, Minister for Immigration and Ethnic Affairs, on population growth, migration and a population policy formation.

Headings in the booklet include 'Contribution to World Population', 'Implications', Nominations of Relatives', 'Numerican Consequences', 'A Stimulus to Economic Growth' amd 'The Formation of a Population Policy'. The booklet was published by the Commonwealth Department of Immigration & Ethnic Affairs.
Description:
12 pp plus cover, staple bound, dark blue cover with black title text.
Acquisition Information:
Transfer from Ms Helen Sartinas - Museum Victoria Immigration Museum, 2005
Discipline: History
Dimensions: 20.50 cm (Height), 14.60 cm (Width)

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Primary Classification: MIGRATION
Secondary Classification: Policy
Tertiary Classification: public addresses
Inscriptions: Text, front cover: TOWARDS A POPULATION / POLICY FOR AUSTRALIA / The Hon. M.J.R. MacKellar, M.P. / DEPARTMENT OF IMMIGRATION & / ETHNIC AFFAIRS / REFERENCE PAPER.
Author: Michael MacKellar, Australia, 1976
Printer & Publisher: Department of Immigration & Ethnic Affairs, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, 1976

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