2 edition of State, social change and economic development found in the catalog.
State, social change and economic development
Latin American Symposium (3rd 1978 Allegheny College)
Papers presented at a symposium sponsored by Allegheny College and the Northwestern Pennsylvania Institute for Latin American Studies in May 1978.
|Statement||Latin American Symposium III ; presentations by Carlos Vilas, Hernan Rosenkranz-Schikler, Ricardo Israel Zipper(edited by Giles Wayland-Smith).|
|Contributions||Vilas, Carlos M., Rosenkranz-Schikler, Hernan., Zipper, Ricardo Israel., Wayland-Smith, Giles.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||33|
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