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by Kenneth W. Clarkson

Download Business Law II (custom edition for Brooklyn College ACCNT 41) eBook
ISBN:
032483506X
Author:
Kenneth W. Clarkson
Language:
English
Publisher:
Cengage Learning (2009)
Pages:
626 pages
EPUB book:
1914 kb
FB2 book:
1264 kb
DJVU:
1376 kb
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This is the custom textbook used for all sections of the Accounting 41 class (ACCNT 41, Business Law II) at Brooklyn College.