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By Ronald Bruce St John

During this replace of the 1991 version, sector professional St. John keeps the point of interest in this cryptic North African country (officially: the nice Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya) and the provocative rules of the Quaddafi regime. An increased advent, chronology (1551-1998), and topical b

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