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Cover: To Live and Defy in LA: How Gangsta Rap Changed AmericaTo Live and Defy in LA: How Gangsta Rap Changed AmericaViator, Felicia AngejaHARDCOVER02/25/2020$35.00
Cover: Coyote Valley: Deep History in the High RockiesCoyote Valley: Deep History in the High RockiesAndrews, Thomas G.HARDCOVER10/05/2015$29.95
Cover: A Misplaced Massacre: Struggling over the Memory of Sand CreekA Misplaced Massacre: Struggling over the Memory of Sand CreekKelman, AriPAPERBACK09/07/2015$20.50
Cover: The Missile Next Door: The Minuteman in the American HeartlandThe Missile Next Door: The Minuteman in the American HeartlandHeefner, GretchenHARDCOVER09/10/2012$40.00
Cover: Pilgrims of the Vertical: Yosemite Rock Climbers and Nature at RiskPilgrims of the Vertical: Yosemite Rock Climbers and Nature at RiskTaylor III, Joseph E.HARDCOVER10/15/2010$31.00
Cover: Killing for Coal: America's Deadliest Labor WarKilling for Coal: America's Deadliest Labor WarAndrews, Thomas G.PAPERBACK09/01/2010$23.50
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To Live and Defy in LA: How Gangsta Rap Changed America, by Felicia Angeja Viator, from Harvard University Press

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