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American Social Classes in the 1950s & Oil Crisis of 1973-1974 Vance Packard
American Social Classes in the 1950s & Oil Crisis of 1973-1974

Author: Vance Packard
Date: 27 Mar 2007
Language: English
Book Format: Multiple copy pack
ISBN10: 0312475772
ISBN13: 9780312475772
File size: 45 Mb
Dimension: 28x 28x 28mm::454g
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