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Pancasila Bingkai Hukum Indonesia

  • ISBN 13 : 9786021500286
  • ISBN 10 : 9786021500286
  • Judul : Pancasila Bingkai Hukum Indonesia
  • Pengarang : Bernard L Tanya,  
  • Kategori : [Pancasila - Indonesia]
  • Penerbit : Genta Press
  • Klasifikasi : 320.SP.598
  • Call Number : 320.SP.598 BER p
  • Bahasa : Indonesia
  • Edisi : cet-1
  • Penaklikan : xii, 21 cm.; 132 hlm
  • Tahun : 2015
  • Halaman : 132
  • Ketersediaan :
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