1 edition of Substantial justice on campus: individual rights v. institutional needs. found in the catalog.
Substantial justice on campus: individual rights v. institutional needs.
by University of Georgia, Center for Continuing Education in Athens
|Statement||Edited by William R. Bracewell.|
|Contributions||Bracewell, William R., ed., University of Georgia.|
|LC Classifications||KF4243.A75 S9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||73622616|
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Substantial Justice on Campus: Individual Rights v. Institutional Needs. Georgia Univ., Athens. Georgia Center for Continuing Education.
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