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Lc 1. 2 :So 1 : The sociology and psychology of terrorism [electronic resource] : who becomes a terrorist and why? : a report / prepared under an interagency agreement by the Federal Research Division, Library of Congress ; author, Rex A. Hudson ; editor, Marilyn Majeska.
Lc 1. 12/ 2 :C 83 : The coutumes of France in the Library of Congress : an annotated bibliography / by Jean Caswell and Ivan Sipkov, with the editorial assistance of Natalie Gawdiak, European Law Division, Law Library.
Lc 1. 12/ 2 :M 42 : Pre-Meiji works in the Library of Congress : Japanese literature, performing arts, and reference books : a bibliography / compiled by Shōjō Honda ; annotated by Jinʼichi Konishi.
Lc 1. 12/ 2 :N 31 : The Negro in the United States; a selected bibliography. / Compiled by Dorothy B. Porter.
Lc 1. 12/ 2 :P 19 : The controversy over a new canal treaty between the United States and Panama : a selective annotated bibliography of United States, Panamanian, Colombian, French, and international organization sources / compiled by Wayne D. Bray under the direction and supervision of the Hispanic Law Division, Law Library.