Evolution of technical education in economics, politics, statecraft and morals

by Robert H[enry] Thurston in Philadelphia

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  • Technical education,
  • Franklin institute, Philadelphia. [from old catalog]
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LC ClassificationsT65 .T54
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Paginationcover-title, 42 p.
Number of Pages42
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