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nature of the non-Western world
Vera Micheles Dean
|Statement||by Vera Micheles Dean ; with the collaboration of six area studies experts.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||311|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dean, Vera Micheles, Nature of the non-Western World. [New York] New American Library .
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dean, Vera Micheles, Nature of the non-Western world. New York, New American Library . Title: The Nature of the Non-Western World Author Name: Dean, Vera Micheles Illustrator: Illustrated by Riboud, Mark Categories: Sociology, Edition: Sixth Printing Publisher: NY, Mentor / New American Library: Binding: Paperback Book.
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