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Cromer, D. A. N. Forestry Commission of New South Wales.
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1947
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Cromer, D. A. N. (D'Arcy Ananda Neil) Commonwealth Forestry Bureau (Australia)
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1935
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Cromer, D. A. N. Pawsey, C. K. Australia. Forestry and Timber Bureau.
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1957
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Cromer, D. A. N. Brown, A. G. (Alan Gordon), 1931- Australia. Forestry and Timber Bureau.
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1956
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Cromer, D. A. N. Australia. Forestry and Timber Bureau.
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1961
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Cromer, D A N. Carron, L T. Australia. Forestry and Timber Bureau.
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1956
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Cromer, D. A. N. Carron, Leslie Thornley.
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1957
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Australian Forestry Council. Cromer, D. A. N.
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1974
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Cromer, D. A. N. Lewis, N. B. (Norman Benjamin), 1916- McIntyre, G. A. Australia. Forestry and Timber Bureau.
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1955
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Costin, A. B. (Alec Baillie), 1925- Wimbush, D. J. Cromer, R. N. CSIRO.
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1964
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Campbell, Dan H. (Dan Hampton), 1908-1974. Garvey, J. S. Cremer, N. E. Sussdorf, D. H.
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1974, 1970
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Keck, Thomas M.
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This article evaluates the widespread scholarly claim that the courtroom victories of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights movement have invariably provoked a counterproductive political backlash. Those victories have indeed provoked conservative countermobilization, but that has not been their only or even their most prominent effect. Assessing the political reaction to the movement's judicial victories, the policy impact of those victories, and the alternative strategic paths that were available to the movement at the outset, the author argues that here, as elsewhere, legal mobilization has sometimes been a promising avenue for pursuing policy changes whose prospects were otherwise quite limited. [(2009) 43 (1) L&SR 151]
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2009
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