Historic Documents of 1992
Publisher: Congressional Quarterly Books
Written in English
- American history: postwar, from c 1945 -,
- Postwar period, 1945 to c 2000,
- c 1990 to c 2000,
- U.S. History - 1990s,
- Post World War II History,
- Yearbooks & Annuals,
- History: World,
- United States,
- United States - General,
- Politics and government,
- World politics
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||900|
- A classification of manual labourers
- role of equalization in Federal grants. Supplement. Grant-in-aid programs enacted by the 2nd session of the 88th Congress.
- ordinary man and the extraordinary thing
- Wetland tales
- The cottage
- The political impact ofthe High Court
- English metal work
- Agricultural science and the quest for legitimacy
- Guide to dance in European higher education
- No better friend
- Concerto grosso for string orchestra, no. 5, D major.
- Hudibras : the first[-third and last] part
- The Blackhawk archives.
- New light on living
- World glass now.
- Two bushy badgers
- Never Night
- Keeping pace with social and technical change
- Plain words on singing.
- Burkina Faso Business Intelligence Report (World Economic and Trade Unions Business Labrary)
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