130748

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RA3
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291A
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Australian Inst. International Affairs

Recipient(s) 
Caiger, George
Australian Institute of International Affairs
Sender(s) 
Giblin, L.F.
Dyason Trust
Date 
1949/12/26
Enclosures/References 
Form of letter 
ALS(X)
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3
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Notes, topics or text 

"In Sydney, the three lectures will be a series on 'Obstacles to World Government' (a) Food & population (b) Race (c) Creeds (culture, ideology). They can be spread over about 14 days, and it looks as if people could quite reasonably go to only one of them, if their aim was merely celebrity hunting.

In Melbourne, the subject is ''Living' in an Atomic Age' as affecting (a) Institutions and (b) Individuals.

In the other four capitals, the subject will be 'The Ferment in Asia'."

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