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George A. Codding • 8 Items / 5 Books, 3 Articles
The International Telecommunication Union (1953)
An Experiment in International Cooperation
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    Book Notes (Review)
    The International Telecommunication Union, by George Arthur Codding, Jr.
    1. The International Telecommunication Union by George Arthur Codding, Jr.
    Political Science Quarterly, December 1953, p. 633
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