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Works under MDS 343.7
2,690 results. First 2,000 shown.
- Business & Legal Forms for Fine Artists by Tad Crawford
- Bicycling and the Law: Your Rights as a Cyclist by Bob Mionske
- Every Landlord's Tax Deduction Guide by Stephen Fishman
- The Codes Guidebook for Interiors by Sharon Koomen Harmon
- A Hanging Offense: The Strange Affair of the Warship Somers by Buckner F. Melton Jr.
- Business & Legal Forms for Authors and Self-Publishers by Tad Crawford
- The Powers of War and Peace: The Constitution and Foreign Affairs after 9/11 by John Yoo
- Federal Income Tax: Examples and Explanations by Joseph Bankman
- Kirsch's Handbook of Publishing Law: For Author'S, Publishers, Editors and Agents by Jonathan Kirsch
- The Offensive Internet: Speech, Privacy, and Reputation by Saul Levmore
- Wall Street Journal Guide to Understanding Your Taxes: An Easy-to-Understand, Easy-to-Use Primer That Takes the Mystery by Kenneth M. Morris
- The Law, In Plain English, For Photographers by Leonard D. Duboff
- Antitrust: The Case for Repeal by Dominick T. Armentano
- The Law of Tax-Exempt Organizations (Law of Tax Exempt Organizations) by Bruce R. Hopkins
- Ungentlemanly Acts: The Army's Notorious Incest Trial by Louise K. Barnett
- Antitrust and Monopoly: Anatomy of a Policy Failure (Independent Studies in Political Economy) by Dominick T. Armentano
- Abandoned in the Wasteland: Children, Television, & the First Amendment by Newton N. Minow
- Blue Trust: The Author, the Lawyer, His Wife, and Her Money by Stevie Cameron
- Eight o'clock ferry to the windward side : seeking justice in Guantánamo Bay by Clive Stafford Smith
- Detainee 002: The Case of David Hicks by Leigh Sales
- FCC Rule Book by Richard K. Palm
- Antitrust Law: An Economic Perspective by Richard A. Posner
- Kirsch's Guide to the Book Contract: For Authors, Publishers, Editors and Agents by Jonathan Kirsch
- The good guys, the bad guys, and the first amendment: Free speech vs. fairness in broadcasting by Fred W. Friendly
- The Screenwriter's Legal Guide by Stephen Breimer
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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