The Aymara Language in Its Social and Cultural Context: A Collection Essays on Aspects of Aymara Language and Culture

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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA MONOGRAPHS
Social Sciences
1. The Whigs of Florida, 1845-1854, by Herbert J. Doherty Jr.
2. Austrian Catholics and the Social Question, 1918-1933, by Alfred Diamant
3. The Siege of St. Augustine in 1702, by Charles W. Arnade
4. New Light on Early and Medieval Japanese Historiography, by John A. Harrison
5. The Swiss Press and Foreign Affairs in World War II, by Frederick H. Hartmann
6. The American Militia: Decade of Decision, 1789-1800, by John K. Mahon
7. The Foundation of Jacques Maritain's Political Philosophy, by Hwa Yol Jung
8. Latin American Population Studies, by T. Lynn Smith
9. Jacksonian Democracy on the Florida Frontier, by Arthur W. Thompson
10. Holman Versus Hughes: Extension of Australian Commonwealth Powers, by Conrad Joyner
11. Welfare Economics and Subsidy Programs, by Milton Z. Kafoglis
12. Tribune of the Slavophiles: Konstantin Aksakov. by Edward Chmielewski
13. City Managers in Politics: An Analysis of Manager Tenure and Termination, by Gladys M. Kammerer , Charles D. Farris, John M. DeGrove , and Alfred B. Clubok
14. Recent Southern Economic Development as Revealed by the Changing Structure of Employment, by Edgar S. Dunn Jr.
15. Sea Power and Chilean Independence, by Donald E. Worcester
16. The Sherman Antitrust Act and Foreign Trade, by Andre Simmons
17. The Origins of Hamilton's Fiscal Policies, by Donald F. Swanson
18. Criminal Asylum in Anglo-Saxon Law, by Charles H. Riggs Jr.
19. Colonia Barón Hirsch. A Jewish Agricultural Colony in Argentina, by Morton D. Winsberg
20. Time Deposits in Present-Day Commercial Banking, by L. L. Crum
21. The Eastern Greenland Case in Historical Perspective, by Oscar Svarlien
22. Jacksonian Democracy and the Historians, by Alfred A. Cave
23. The Rise of the American Chemistry Profession, 1850-1900, by Edward H. Beardsley
24. Aymara Communities and the Bolivian Agrarian Reform, by William E. Carter
25. Conservatives in the Progressive Era: The Taft Republicans of 1912, by Norman M. Wilensky .
26. The Anglo-Norwegian Fisheries Case of 1951 and the Changing Law of the Territorial Sea, by Teruo Kobayashi
27. The Liquidity Structure of Firms and Monetary Economics, by William J. Frazer Jr.
28. Russo-Persian Commercial Relations, 1828-1914, by Marvin L. Entner
29. The Imperial Policy of Sir Robert Borden, by Harold A. Wilson
30. The Association of Income and Educational Achievement, by Roy L. Lassiter Jr.
31. Relation of the People to the Land in Southern Iraq, by Fuad Baali
32. The Price Theory of Value in Public Finance, by Donald R. Escarraz
33. The Process of Rural Development in Latin America, by T. Lynn Smith
34. To Be or Not to Be . . . Existential- Psychological Perspectives on the Self, edited by Sidney M. Jourard
35. Politics in a Mexican Community, by Lawrence S. Graham
36. A Two-Sector Model of Economic Growthwith Technological Progress

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