Change and continuity in twentieth century America: the 1920"s. by John Braeman

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StatementEdited by John Braeman, Robert H. Bremner [and] David Brody.
SeriesModern America -- no. 2.
ContributionsBremner, Robert Hamlett, 1917-, Brody, David, 1930-
LC ClassificationsE784 .B7
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Paginationix, 456 p.
Number of Pages456
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Open LibraryOL17757514M

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