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A Handbook for Citizenship by Margaret Seely

A Handbook for Citizenship

Description : Designed for oral use, this text teaches the information needed to answer oral U.S. citizenship exam questions. Line maps and facsimile copies of naturalization petition forms add useful realia.

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Authors : Margaret Seely

Published Date : 1989

Publisher : Allyn & Bacon

ISBN : 0133728064

Page : 104 Pages

Categories : Political Science

Total Download: 96

Filesize: 6 MB

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