Why I Stand
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Post Hill Press, 2018.
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Burgess Owens., & Burgess Owens|AUTHOR. (2018). Why I Stand . Post Hill Press.

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Burgess Owens and Burgess Owens|AUTHOR. 2018. Why I Stand. Post Hill Press.

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Burgess Owens and Burgess Owens|AUTHOR. Why I Stand Post Hill Press, 2018.

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Full titlewhy i stand from freedom to the killing fields of socialism
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