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Legalized Gambling: For and Against By Rod L. Evans, Mark Hance. Open Court, 1998
Legalizing Gay Marriage By Michael Mello. Temple University Press, 2004
Legalizing Gender Inequality: Courts, Markets, and Unequal Pay for Women in America By Robert L. Nelson, William P. Bridges. Cambridge University Press, 1999
Legalizing Identities: Becoming Black or Indian in Brazil's Northeast By Jan Hoffman French. University of North Carolina Press, 2009
Legally Speaking: Contemporary American Culture and the Law By Helle Porsdam. University of Massachusetts Press, 1999
Legba's Crossing: Narratology in the African Atlantic By Heather Russell. University of Georgia Press, 2009
Legend of a Musical City By Max Graf. Philosophical Library, 1945
FREE! A Legend of Montrose By Walter Scott, Andrew Lang. J.C. Nimmo, 1893
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FREE! The Legend of Sleepy Hollow By Washington Irving. Bobbs-Merrill, 1906
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The Legend of the Baal-Shem By Martin Buber, Maurice Friedman. Routledge, 2002
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The Legend of the City of Ys By Charles Gunot, Deirdre Cavanagh. University of Massachusetts Press, 1979
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The Legend of the Master By Simon Nowell-Smith. C. Scribner's Sons, 1948
Legendary Figures: Ancient History in Modern Novels By Clayton Koelb. University of Nebraska Press, 1998
Legendary Pioneers of Black Radio By Gilbert A. Williams. Praeger, 1998
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FREE! Legends and Lyrics: A Book of Verses: First Series By Adelaide Anne Procter. G. Bell, 1886
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FREE! Legends and Satires from Medieval Literature By Martha Hale Shackford. Ginn and Company, 1913
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Legends of Babylon and Egypt in Relation to Hebrew Tradition By Leonard W. King. Oxford University Press; H. Milford, 1918
Legends of India By Edward Washburn Hopkins. Yale university press, 1928
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Legends of Our Times: Native Cowboy Life By Morgan Baillargeon, Leslie Tepper. University of British Columbia Press, 1998
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Legends of the Bible By Louis Ginzberg. Jewish Publication Society of America, 1956
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The Legends of the Jews - Vol. 3 By Louis Ginzberg, Paul Radin. Jewish Publication Society of America, 1909
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FREE! The Legends of the Jews - Vol. 4 By Louis Ginzberg. The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1913
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The Legends of the Saints: With a Memoir of the Author By Hippolyte Delehaye, Donald Attwater. Fordham University Press, 1962
The Legends of Troy in Art and Literature By Margaret R. Scherer. Phaidon Press, 1963
The Legends of Troy in Art and Literature By Margaret R. Scherer. Phaidon Press, 1964 (2nd edition)
Leger: Biographical and Critical Study By Robert L. Delevoy, Stuart Gilbert. Skira, 1962
Legislating the Holocaust: The Bernard Loesener Memoirs and Supporting Documents By Karl A. Schleunes, Carol Scherer, Bernhard Lösener. Westview Press, 2001
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Legislation of Edward I By T. F. T. Plucknett. Clarendon Press, 1949
Legislative Politics in Latin America By Scott Morgenstern, Benito Nacif. Cambridge University Press, 2002
Legislative Politics in the Arab World: The Resurgence of Democratic Institutions By Abdo Baaklini, Guilain Denoeux, Robert Springborg. Lynne Rienner, 1999
Legislatures By K. C. Wheare. Oxford U.P., 1963
Legitimacy and Commitment in the Military By Reuven Gal, Thomas C. Wyatt. Greenwood Press, 1990
The Legitimacy of International Organizations By Jean-Marc Coicaud, Veijo Heiskanen. United Nations University Press, 2001
Legitimating New Religions By James R. Lewis. Rutgers University Press, 2003
Leibniz: Determinist, Theist, Idealist By Robert Merrihew Adams. Oxford University Press, 1994
Leibniz By Nicholas Jolley. Routledge, 2005
Leibniz By Ruth Lydia Saw. Penguin Books, 1954
The Leibniz-Clarke Correspondence: Together with Extracts from Newton's Principia and Opticks By Newton, Samuel Clarke, H. G. Alexander. Manchester University Press, 1956
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Leibniz's Metaphysics: Its Origins and Development By Christia Mercer. Cambridge University Press, 2002
Leibniz's 'New System' and Associated Contemporary Texts By Gottfried Leibniz, R. S. Woolhouse, Richard Francks. Clarendon Press, 1997
Leigh Hunt's Dramatic Criticism, 1808-1831 By Lawrence Huston Houtchens, Carolyn Washburn Houtchens. Columbia University Press, 1949
Leisure and the Family Life Cycle By Rhona Rapoport, Robert N. Rapoport, Ziona Strelitz. Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1975
A Lenape among the Quakers: The Life of Hannah Freeman By Dawn G. Marsh. University of Nebraska Press, 2014
Lenape Country: Delaware Valley Society before William Penn By Jean R. Soderlund. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015
Length and Area By Tibor Radó. American Mathematical Society, 1948
Lenin and Philosophy, and Other Essays By Louis Althusser, Ben Brewster. Monthly Review Press, 2001
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A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic. Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts.
Lenin and World Revolution By Stanley W. Page. New York University Press, 1959
Lenin on the Question of Nationality By Alfred D. Low. Bookman Associates, 1958
Lenin on Trade Unions and Revolution, 1893-1917 By Thomas Taylor Hammond. Columbia University Press, 1957
Lenin to Gorbachev: Three Generations of Soviet Communists By Joan Frances Crowley, Dan Vaillancourt. Harlan Davidson, 1994
FREE! Lenin: The Man and His Work By Albert Rhys Williams. Scott and Seltzer, 1919
Lenin: Red Dictator By George Vernadsky, Malcolm Waters Davis. Yale University Press, 1931
Lenin By Valeriu Marcu, E. W. Dickes. Macmillan, 1928
Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina By Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, 1987
Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace By Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, 1988
Leon Bloy By Rayner Heppenstall. Yale University Press, 1954
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