Challenging essays in modern thought by Joseph M. Bachelor

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Published by Century Co. in New York .

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Other titlesEssays in modern thought
Statement[edited] by Joseph M. Bachelor and Ralph L. Henry.
ContributionsHenry, Ralph L. ed.
LC ClassificationsPS688 .B3
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