THE UNIVERSITY AND REVOLUTION

By: Gary R Weaver &

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THE UNIVERSITY AND REVOLUTION by Gary R Weaver & James H Weaver eds
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Prentice-Hall, New Jersey, ©1969. Hardcover with dj. Ex library copy in protective transparent covering, with usual stamps, stickers, pocket etc. Highlighted with green marker pen throughout text, hence, book in POOR condition, but entirely legible. Black cloth-bound hardcover,8" x 5.5", with silver type to spine, and dust jacket. In this study of university student rebellion, spokesperson for Left and Right analyse the mood od student demands. Selected bibliography covers books, articles & journals.

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