On Civil Liberty and Self-Government
Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. (1859)
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|Keywords||Political science Democracy Civil rights|
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|Call number||JC212.L72 2001|
|ISBN(s)||1147465649 1150896175 1177199955 1178296504 1584770708 0548035849|
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