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Juche idea : the current of thought in the present time
Bib ID 2724035
Format BookBook
Description Pyongyang, Korea : Foreign Languages Pub. House, 1977 
265 p. : ill. ; 20 cm. 
Subjects Kim, Il-sŏng, 1912-1994 -- Political and social views.  |  Nationalism -- Korea (North)
Other authors/contributors Oegungmun Ch`ulp`ansa
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