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by Elliott Seif

  • ISBN: 0528610260
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  • Author: Elliott Seif
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rand McNally & Co ,U.S. (April 1977)
  • Pages: 517 pages
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The Rand School of Social Science was formed in 1906 in New York City by adherents of the Socialist Party of America

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A STUDY ON WHAT IS BEING TAUGHT ABOUT THE SOVIET UNIOK IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL A THESIS SUBl·;rTTED TO THE HONORS COUNCIL IN FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS for 1. D. 499 by PAl-ELA JO PICKEL ADVISER - DR. JACQUES R. GOUTOR BALL STA'IE TEACHERS COLLEGE !'illlCIE, INDIANA JU1TE, 196~ Ba II State Teachers College Muncie, Department of Social Science. Social Science ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like t. express my sincere appreciation to Dr. Jacques Goutor for his help and enceuragement in preparing this thesia. p. ii CONTENTS Page INTRODUCTION. I. II. Basic text data.

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