Democracy / Charles Tilly.
The public domain and democracy : a study of social, economic and political problems in the United States in relation to western development / by Robert Tudor Hill.
Gottfried, von Strassburg, active 13th century.
New York : Columbia University
Columbia studies in the social sciences
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