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        StatementR. R. Bowker
        PublishersR. R. Bowker
        LC ClassificationsSeptember 1992
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 129 p. :
        Number of Pages60
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        ISBN 100835232522

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Marek n 29 149:To sum up: recognition, as a test of State identity and continuity must be rejected, since: a it fails to provide a reliable test on account of its inherent relativity, b it withdraws the question of the continued existence of a State from the realm of objective norms and makes it dependent upon the will of third States and c for this reason may place the very continuity of a Subject Guide to Books in Print in jeopardy.

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