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Craig Allen has written:

'Eisenhower and the mass media' -- subject(s): Communication in politics, History, Mass media, Political aspects, Political aspects of Mass media, Politics and Government

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'Reclaim Your Family From Addiction' -- subject(s): OverDrive, Family & Relationships, Nonfiction

'The addictive personality' -- subject(s): Compulsive behavior, Addicts, Adictos, Conducta compulsiva, OverDrive, Nonfiction, Self-Improvement, Addictive Behavior, Comportement compulsif

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Craig John Lovik has written:

'Theodore Bump, what's in your trunk?' -- subject(s): Children's stories, American, Christian life, Fiction, Food supply, Stories in rhyme

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'Andy and the tire' -- subject(s): Fiction, Friendship, Tires, Juvenile fiction

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Craig D. Kain has written:

'Positive' -- subject(s): Counseling of, Patients, AIDS (Disease), HIV-positive persons

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Craig McClain has written:

'Currier & Ives' -- subject(s): American Lithography, Catalogs, Currier and Ives

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John Craig Roak has written:

'A brief historical sketch of Gloria Dei Church (Old Swedes'), Philadelphia'

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'Reclaiming your readers' -- subject(s): Report writing, Rhetoric, English language, Handbooks, manuals

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