- Author:Elissa Resnick
- Publisher:Jones & Bartlett Learning; 3 edition (July 9, 2012)
- Subcategory:Social Sciences
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by Elissa A. Resnick (Author), Michael Siegel (Author). I used this text book for a class and it came in perfect condition, is fairly easy to read and understand. One person found this helpful.
by Elissa A. ISBN-13: 978-1449683856.
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