United States and West Indian unrest 1918-1939 by Fitz A. (Fitzroy AndreМЃ) Baptiste

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StatementFitz A. Baptiste.
SeriesWorking paper -- no.18
ContributionsUniversity of the West Indies. Institute of Social and Economic Research.
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Pagination60p. ;
Number of Pages60
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