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The power of the people

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The power of the people. Williams, Garrath (Photographer). 2012. New York : Hannah Arendt Center.

Research output: Exhibits, objects and web-based outputsWeb publication/site

Harvard

Williams, G, The power of the people, 2012, Web publication/site, Hannah Arendt Center, New York.

APA

Williams, G. (Photographer). (2012). The power of the people. Web publication/site, New York: Hannah Arendt Center. Retrieved from http://www.hannaharendtcenter.org/?p=5083

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Williams G (Photographer). The power of the people New York: Hannah Arendt Center. 2012.

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