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A manual for the study of citizenship

Nicholas Saunders, (sadly killed in a car crash in South Africa last week) was a product of his age. Coming to London, he immersed himself in the cosmopolitan life of the 1960s, and his contribution was at once extraordinary and brilliant.

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