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Suicide and political regime in New South Wales and Australia during the 20th century
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    Dear Editor

    A recent article in Nature magazine
    Polls take heavy toll -- Suicide rises under conservative rule, 20 September 2002
    discusses the correlation of conservative governmental rule, and suicide, in England and Australia, over the last hundred years, and cites the article by Page A et al. as one of...

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