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i read this book for my undergraduate thesis research, and it was indispensable in that regard. though a little dry at times, the book is extremely well researched and packed full of interesting facts ... Read full review
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I had to read chapters 1-3 of this book for class, and I have no desire to read the rest. I know legislation and history can sometimes be boring, but as a history nerd I was expecting something a ...
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