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Huberman, Leo

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AUTHOR Huberman, Leo
FILE SIZE 8,92
DATE 1968
ISBN 9780853450702
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This classic text from Leo Huberman, a founder of Monthly Review magazine, links economics and history to create a powerful and exciting portrait of the modern age.Huberman, Leo is the author of 'Man's Worldly Goods', published 1968 under ISBN 9780853450702 and ISBN 0853450706.

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