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Long walks to media freedom
case studies and lessons learnt from countries in transition from authoritarian rule to democracy Bonn, 2003
case studies and lessons learnt from countries in transition from authoritarian rule to democracy / by Hendrik Bussiek. - [Windhoek] : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Media Project for Southern Africa, 2003. - 44 S. = 140 KB, Text. - Electronic ed.: Bonn : FES Library, 2003
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