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The servile state

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This edition was published in by T. N. Foulis in London & Edinburgh.

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1946, Holt
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The servile state
1946, H. Holt
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The servile state
1946, H. Holt
in English - 1st American ed.
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The servile state.
1927, Constable
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The servile state
1913, Foulis
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The servile state
1913, Le Roy Philips
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The servile state
1913, T. N. Foulis
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The servile state
1913, T.N. Foulis
in English - [2d ed.]
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The servile state
1913, T.N. Foulis
in English
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The servile state
1912, T.N. Foulis
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The servile state
1912, T. N. Foulis

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The servile state

First published in 1912



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THE SUBJECT OF THIS BOOK: It is written to maintain the thesis that industrial society as we know it will tend towards the re-establishment of slavery.
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Dewey 330.9

The servile state

This edition was published in by T. N. Foulis in London & Edinburgh.


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Library of Congress
HC55 .B5

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL7065236M
Internet Archive
servilestate00belliala
LC Control Number
w 13000036

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