The War and the Intellectuals

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The War and the Intellectuals
Author : Randolph Bourne
File Size : 42,5 Mb
Publisher : Unknown
Language : English
Release Date : 17 February 2020
ISBN : 1646790154
Pages : 32 pages
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The War and the Intellectuals (1917) was published in the early 20th-century literary magazine The Seven Arts, by Randolph Bourne.

The War and the Intellectuals

The War and the Intellectuals (1917) was published in the early 20th-century literary magazine The Seven Arts, by Randolph Bourne.

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War and the intellectuals

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