Mesoamerican Myth: A Treasury of Central American Legends, Art, and History
In order to understand the course of economic and social disintegration in the Soviet Union, various questions were put to Soviet officials and economic and other policy advisors of the 1980s. This text assembles the analyses of key issues and turning points into a history of the systemic collapse.
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The Four Past Worlds
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