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Melvil Decimal System: 323.326409

Wording: Social Sciences > Political Science > Civil and political rights > The state and social groups > Middle class, bourgeoisie > Not set > Not set > Not set > Not set

Dewmoji: πŸ‘« > πŸ‘‘ > πŸ›‘ > ? > ? > ? > ? > ? > ?

0
Information
184,385
ℹ️
1
Philosophy and Psychology
173,011
πŸ’­
2
Religion
444,891
πŸ™πŸ½
3
Social Sciences
956,176
πŸ‘«
4
Language
124,030
πŸ’¬
5
Mathematics and Science
297,976
πŸ”¬
6
Technology
694,518
πŸ’‘
7
Arts and Recreation
670,607
🎨
8
Literature
893,417
πŸ“š
9
Biography and History
568,807
πŸ—Ώ
30
Social Sciences, Sociology, Anthropology
190,537
πŸ‘­
31
Statistics
2,165
πŸ“Š
32
Political Science
106,480
πŸ‘‘
33
Economics
168,664
πŸ‚
34
Law
102,287
βš–
35
Public Administration, Military Science
47,128
πŸ‘ƒ
36
Social Problems, Social Services
125,452
πŸ—Ώ
37
Education
129,324
πŸŽ“
38
Commerce, Communications, Transportation
35,199
πŸ›£
39
Customs, Etiquette, Folklore
48,940
πŸŽ‘
320
Political Science
38,916
πŸ‘‘
321
Political Systems
4,499
🎠
322
Relation of the state to organized groups and their members
4,952
✊
323
Civil and political rights
11,817
πŸ›‘
324
The political process
10,852
🌭
325
International migration and colonization
4,056
⏏
326
Slavery and emancipation
653
β›“
327
International Relations
24,605
πŸ—Ί
328
The legislative process
4,519
πŸ—£
329
[Previously "Political Parties; Party Conventions"; No longer used]
1,611
🀼
323.0
Civil Rights
2,461
323.1
Minority Politics
2,840
323.2
Rebellion
120
323.3
The state and social groups
786
323.4
The state and the individual
3,010
323.5
Political Rights
25
323.6
Citizenship
1,015
323.7
Civil Rights
35
323.8
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3
323.9
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16
323.30
6
323.31
Nobility; aristocracy; wealthy class
3
323.32
Middle class, bourgeoisie
105
323.33
Proletariat, laboring classes, peasantry
15
323.34
Serfs, Villenage
136
323.35
234
323.36
4
323.37
3
323.38323.39
323.320
7
323.321323.322
15
323.323
2
323.324323.325
2
323.326
48
323.327
1
323.328323.329
22
323.3260
2
323.3261323.3262323.3263323.3264
44
323.3265323.3266323.3267323.3268323.3269
323.32640
25
323.32641323.32642323.32643
2
323.32644323.32645323.32646323.32647323.32648323.32649
323.326400323.326401323.326402323.326403323.326404323.326405323.326406323.326407323.326408323.326409
25
323.3264090323.3264091323.3264092323.3264093323.3264094
5
323.3264095323.3264096
3
323.3264097
14
323.3264098
2
323.3264099
1

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1922 Edition
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"Far Friends"

MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.

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