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Who Owns Canada by Watt Hugh McCollum

Publication Studio Vancouver
Artists' Books
15.5 × 22.5 × 0.7 cm

Reproduction of Watt Hugh McCollum 1947 book Who Owns Canada?: An Examination of the Facts Concerning the Concentration of Ownership and Control of the Means of Production, Distribution and Exchange in Canada

  1. Who Owns Canada by Watt Hugh McCollum

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