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Twilight of Democracy
Yuval Noah HarariHäftad
Observations on the Nature of Civil Liberty, and the Principles of Government, from Dr. Price's Much Esteemed and Popular Essay, Published Anno 1776. with the Declaration of Principles, and159Skickas inom 5-8 vardagar.
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Harvard University Houghton Library N012494 [London] : Printed by order of the society, and sold by Joyce and Toone, Eaton, Lee, Ballard; Riebau; [and 4 in London, and 1 in Leicester, 1795?] 12p. ; 12
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