Political parties--European Economic Community countries.
First ed. published in 1969 under title: European political parties.; At head of title: European Centre for Political Studies, European Cultural Foundation.; Introduction. -- Belgium. -- Denmark. -- France. -- The Federal Republic of Germany. -- Ireland. -- Italy. -- Luxembourg. -- The Netherlands. -- The United Kingdom. -- Transnational parties in the European Community I : The party groups in the European parliament. -- Transnational parties in the European Community II : The development of European party federations. -- Conclusion.
Seventh-day Adventists--Australasia--Statistics.; Faith development--Australasia.; Moral development--Australasia.; Seventh-Day Adventist youth--Australasia--Statistics.; Youth--Australasia--Statistics.
Small differences between first and subsequent printings. First lacks ISBN information, dedication.; Overview -- Faith and doctrine -- Church life -- Adventist family -- Adventist school -- Attitudes and behaviour -- Working together: the development of commitment, service and loyalty -- Appendices 1-9.
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