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20th [i.e. twentieth] century British radicalism : a collection of 3227 original pamphlets etc. / [assembled by Guernsey Books
Bib ID 761347
Format BookBook
Description London, etc. : National Council for Civil Liberties, etc., 1900?-1972?] 
16 v. : 60 cases ; 38 cm. 
Subjects Radicalism - Great Britain - Sources.  |  Great Britain - Social conditions - 20th century - Sources.  |  Great Britain - Politics and government - 20th century - Sources.  |  Great Britain - Economic conditions - 20th century - Sources.
Other authors/contributors Guernsey Books

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