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Alexis De Tocqueville and Democracy in America by  Michael G Kammen - Paperback - Inscribed - 1998 - from Glaeve Art & Books and

Alexis De Tocqueville and Democracy in America

by Kammen, Michael G

Condition: Very Good

Washington, D.C., U.S.A.: Library of Congress, 1998. title has been penned on previously blank spine else clean and firm, Trade paperback (US). 64 p. Contains: Illustrations. Bradley Lecture Series Publication. Topics 1783-1865; Anthropology; Cultural; France; Non-Fiction; Political scientists; Social conditions; Social Science; United States Inscribed by the author, FREE TRACKING and DELIVERY CONFIRMATION. Inscribed by Author. Inscribed. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.


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