Series: Biografía del Poder

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Porfirio Díaz : místico de la autoridad by Enrique Krauzetomo 1
Biografía del Poder, 2 : Francisco I. Madero, místico de la libertad (Biografia del Poder) (Spanish Edition) by Enrique Krauzetomo 2
Emiliano Zapata: el amor a la tierra by Enrique Krauzetomo 3
Francisco Villa : entre el ángel y el fierro by Enrique Krauzetomo 4
Venustiano Carranza, puente entre siglos by Enrique Krauzetomo 5
El vértigo de la victoria : Alvaro Obregón by Enrique Krauzetomo 6
Biografía del poder, 7 : Plutarco E. Calles, reformar desde el origen (Tezontle) (Spanish Edition) by Enrique Krauzetomo 7
Lázaro Cárdenas, general misionero by Enrique Krauzetomo 8

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As an English only speaker I'm not in a position to say what the series actually is. It was found incorrectly entered (no brackets around book numbers) and altered to this format.
It should possibly be added to the Spanish? LT and then removed from the English version.

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