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6 edition of Problems & prospects of revolution in Nepal - a collection of articles by Com. Prachanda and other leaders of the CPN (Maoist). found in the catalog.

Problems & prospects of revolution in Nepal - a collection of articles by Com. Prachanda and other leaders of the CPN (Maoist).

Nepal the articles and of collection by of of Problems CPN revolution prospects - Com. in & (Maoist). other leaders a Prachanda

Nepal the articles and of collection by of of Problems CPN revolution prospects - Com. in & (Maoist). other leaders a Prachanda

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      StatementJanadisha Publications
      PublishersJanadisha Publications
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      LC Classifications2004
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 86 p. :
      Number of Pages63
      ID Numbers
      ISBN 10-
      Series
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      3

      Contributed articles with reference to the activities of Nepāla Kamyunishṭa Pārṭī (Māovādī), political party from Nepal, and the politics and government of Nepal since 1990. File Size: 4MB.


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