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Beyond the Buttocks as a Political-Geographical Model : A Praxeological Approach to West Germany’s National Revolutionaries

Beyond the Buttocks as a Political-Geographical Model : A Praxeological Approach to West Germany’s National Revolutionaries

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SEPP, Benedikt, 2016. Beyond the Buttocks as a Political-Geographical Model : A Praxeological Approach to West Germany’s National Revolutionaries. In: Moving the Social : Journal of Social History and the History of Social Movements. 56, pp. 73-92. ISSN 2197-0386. Available under: doi: 10.13154/mts.56.2016.73-92

@article{Sepp2016Beyon-47647, title={Beyond the Buttocks as a Political-Geographical Model : A Praxeological Approach to West Germany’s National Revolutionaries}, year={2016}, doi={10.13154/mts.56.2016.73-92}, volume={56}, issn={2197-0386}, journal={Moving the Social : Journal of Social History and the History of Social Movements}, pages={73--92}, author={Sepp, Benedikt} }

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