Veritas Publishing | 2009, c1986. | 1986 ed., 3rd reprint.
"Institutions, no matter how excellent they may be, are of little permanent use to a people who do not understand the value of them. The right of the people of this Commonwealth to expand or contract financial credit in accordance with their needs, by means of the Commonwealth Bank, was something that Australians should have safeguarded with the same jealously as they safeguard the right to vote"--cover.
Previous ed: Adelaide : D.J. Amos, 1940.
Originally delivered as a lecture before the Sturt Electoral Committee, Adelaide and first printed in pamphlet form in 1931." -- P. 1.
Series: The Commonwealth stories ; no. 1
64 p. : ports ; 21 cm.
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