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Publisher: Princeton, N.J. :, Princeton University Press,, 1977
Edition: 1st Ed.
xvii, 266 p. Ill. by frontis., map facing p.1, chart p. 21. "Andalusian anarchism was a grass roots movement of peasants and workers that flourished in Cádiz Province, the richest sherry-producing area in the world, from about 1868 to 1903." Issued in light brown cloth with gilt stamped spine over black. A few small spots on top edge block. DJ with 1/4" tears at top front and bottom back and 1/2" triangular tear on spine, some wear at top and ... View more info