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Cultural policy in the Netherlands

John Myerscough

Cultural policy in the Netherlands

report by the panel of European experts

by John Myerscough

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Published by Council of Europe Culture Committee in Strasbourg .
Written in English


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Statementprepared by John Myerscough.
ContributionsCouncil of Europe. Culture Committee., Council ofEurope. Programme of National Cultural Policy Reviews.
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