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Parliamentary politics, Florentine culture ; Political theories

Author: Thomas CogswellDavid PetersonWilliam James BoothCharles KeslerWayne Johnston PondAll authors
Publisher: Research Triangle Park, N.C. : National Humanities Center, 1989.
Series: Soundings, 431-432.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on LP : LP recording : English
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On side A. Thomas Cogswell is at work on a study entitled "Parliamentary politics in early Stuart England, 1603-1642." David Peterson is working on a study entitled "Politics, finance, and reform : the Church in Florence, 1415-1460."
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Named Person: Thomas Cogswell; David Peterson; William James Booth; Karl Marx
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Cogswell; David Peterson; William James Booth; Charles Kesler; Wayne Johnston Pond; National Humanities Center (U.S.)
OCLC Number: 27178968
Notes: Titles from fact sheet.
Titles spoken on recording: Politics in seventeenth century England ; The church and state in fifteenth century Florentine culture ; Politics in theory and practice.
Includes fact sheet ([1] p.).
Performer(s): Guests: Thomas Cogswell and David Peterson (side A) ; William James Booth and Charles Kesler (side B) ; Moderator: Wayne Pond.
Description: 1 sound disc (58 min.) : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 12 in. + 1 fact sheet (28 cm.)
Series Title: Soundings, 431-432.
Other Titles: Parliamentary politics in early Stuart England, 1603-1642
Politics, finance, and reform
Church in Florence, 1415-1460
Political theories
Reflections on Marxism and its origins
Saving the revolution
Federalist papers and the American founding
Politics in seventeenth century England
Church and state in fifteenth century Florentine culture
Politics in theory and practice

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On side A. Thomas Cogswell is at work on a study entitled "Parliamentary politics in early Stuart England, 1603-1642." David Peterson is working on a study entitled "Politics, finance, and reform : the Church in Florence, 1415-1460."

On side B. William James Booth is at work on a study entitled "Masters and servants : reflections on Marxism and its origins." Charles Kesler is editor of Saving the Revolution : the Federalist Papers and the American founding.

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