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Garfield, Seth [author]. Other titles. Physical description. Includes bibliographical references and index. Made available through Knowledge Unlatched. Available in electronic full text to members of the University via the Library web catalogue. Print version record. Rubber Dependency and the Lure of the Amazon; Chapter 3. Rubber industry and trade Amazon River Region History 20th century. Rubber industry and trade Amazon River Region History. Latin America. The Americas. International economic relations.
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