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Grenada : politics, economics, and society1985
Romania, Politics, Economics, and Society: Political Stagnation and Simulated Change (Marxist Regimes) by Michael Shafir1985
The Soviet Union : politics, economics, and society from Lenin to Gorbachëv by Ronald J. Hill1985
China, Politics, Economics, and Society: Iconoclasm and Innovation in a Revolutionary Socialist Country by Marc J. Blecher1986
Ghana: Politics, Economics, and Society by Donald I. Ray1986
Guyana: Politics, Economics and Society : Beyond the Burnham Era (Marxist Regimes Series) by Colin Baber1986
Hungary: Politics, Economics and Society (Marxist Regimes Series) by Hans-Georg Heinrich1986
Kampuchea : politics, economics, and society by Michael Vickery1986
Guinea-Bissau: Politics, economics, and society (Marxist regimes series) by Rosemary Galli1987
Cuba: Politics, Economics, and Society (Marxist Regimes Series) by Max Azicri1988
Nicaragua: Politics, Economics, and Society by David Close1988
Poland: Politics, Economics and Society (Marxist Regimes Series) by George Kolankiewicz1988
Rise and Fall of the German Democratic Republic 1945-1990, The by Mike Dennis1988
Vietnam: Politics, Economics and Society (Marxist Regimes Series) by Melanie Beresford1988
Yugoslavia: Politics, Economics and Society (Marxist Regimes Series) by Bruce McFarlane1988

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LT is missing: Ethiopia, politics, economics, and society by Peter Schwab; Marxist local governments in Western Europe and Japan edited by Bogdan Szajkowski; People's Democratic Republic of Yemen : politics, economics, and society : the politics of socialist transformation by Tareq Y. Ismael and Jacqueline S. Ismael; Afghanistan : politics, economics, and society : revolution, resistance, intervention by Bhabani Sen Gupta; Angola : politics, economics, and society by Keith Somerville; Laos : politics, economics, and society by Martin Stuart-Fox; Mongolia : politics, economics and society by Alan J.K. Sanders; Madagascar : politics, economics, and society by Maureen Covell; Surinam : politics, economics, and society by Henk E. Chin and Hans Buddinghʾ; Marxist state governments in India : politics, economics, and society by T.J. Nossiter; Cape Verde : politics, economics, and society by Colm Foy; Bulgaria : politics, economics, and society by Robert J. McIntyre; Benin/The Congo/Burkina Faso by Chris Allen/Michael S. Radu and Keith Somerville/Joan Baxter and Keith Sommerville; Mozambique/São Tomé and Príncipe by Jens Erik Torp/L.M. Denny and Donald I. Ray; Zimbabwe : politics, economics, and society by Colin Stoneman and Lionel Cliffe

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