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An outstanding replica; positive in an both high-quality dw. fairly and strangely well-preserved; tight, brilliant, fresh and particularly sharp-cornered. actually as new. ; 258 pages; Description: x, 258 p. : ports. ; 24 cm. matters: Bogdanov, Aleksandr (1873-1928) --Political and social perspectives --Lenin, Vladimir Ilich, 1870-1924) --Soviet Union --History --Revolution, 1917-1921. sequence: stories of the Harriman Institute.

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