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Red Hill Dissertation: Chapter 8 - Bibliography and Appendices

Red Hill Dissertation: Chapter 8 - Bibliography and Appendices

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Ph.D dissertation: Oddie, Richard (2009) "Alternate Routes, New Pathways: Development, Democracy, and the Political Ecology of Transportation in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada"
Ph.D dissertation: Oddie, Richard (2009) "Alternate Routes, New Pathways: Development, Democracy, and the Political Ecology of Transportation in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada"

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