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Zhong gong wen hua jiao yu gai lun / Wang Xuewen bian zhu
中共文化敎育概論 / 汪學文編著
Bib ID 6222081
Format BookBook
Author
Wang, Xuewen
汪學文
 
Edition Tai 3 ban. 
臺3版. 
Description Taibei : Zheng zhong shu ju, Minguo 71 [1982] 
臺北 : 正中書局, 民國71 [1982] 
3, 5, 7, 406 p. ; 21 cm. 
Series

Zhongguo da lu yan jiu cong shu.

中國大陸硏究叢書.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Education -- China -- 1949-  |  China -- Civilization -- 1949-

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