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The obligations and privileges of citizenship - a plea for the study of social science

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Title: The obligations and privileges of citizenship - a plea for the study of social science
Author: Jones, Henry, Sir, 1852-1922
Series: The Rice Institute Pamphlet, Volume 6, Number 3
Issue: Issue 3
Date: 1919-07
Citation: Jones, Henry, Sir, 1852-1922. (1919). "The obligations and privileges of citizenship - a plea for the study of social science." vol. 6. no. 3, pp. 119-183.
Description: Three lectures inaugurating the Sharp Lectureship in Civics and Philanthropy, by Sir Henry Jones, Professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of Glasgow
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1911/8661

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