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2 edition of On planning the earth. found in the catalog.

On planning the earth.

Geoffrey Dobbs

On planning the earth.

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Published by K.R.P.Publications .
Written in English

Edition Notes

Articles reprinted from "The Social Crediter", 1944 and 1949.

The Physical Object
Number of Pages99
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20912491M

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