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The Government Class Book
Designed for the Instruction of Youth in the Principles of Constitutional Government and the Rights and Duties of Citizens.
Andrew W. Young
The Great Illusion
A study of the relation of military power in nations to their economic and social advantage
Norman Angell
Greece and the Allies
1914-1922
G.F. Abbott
The Green Pamphlet
The Grievances of the British Indians in South Africa: An Appeal to the Indian Public
Mahatma Gandhi
The Growth of Thought
As Affecting the Progress of Society
William Withington
Hail to the Chief
Gordon Randall Garrett
Handbook of Home Rule
W.E. Gladstone
Have Faith in Massachusetts; 2d ed.
A Collection of Speeches and Messages
Calvin Coolidge
Herbert Hoover
The Man and His Work
Vernon Kellogg
Hispanic Nations of the New World
A Chronicle of Our Southern Neighbors
William R. Shepherd
Historical and Political Essays
William Edward Hartpole Lecky
The History of a Crime
The Testimony of an Eye-Witness
Victor Hugo
History of American Socialisms
John Humphrey Noyes
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