Education as a social problem six lectures, Dornach, August 9-17, 1919 by Rudolf Steiner

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Published by Anthroposophic Press in Spring Valley, N.Y .

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Statementby Rudolf Steiner ; (translated by Lisa D. Monges and Doris M. Bugbey).
LC ClassificationsLC189
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Paginationp. cm
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Open LibraryOL21380087M
ISBN 100910142084

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