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* {{cite book | author=Emil Artin | authorlink=Emil Artin | coauthors=[[John Tate]] | Class field theory | edition=Reprint of the 2nd edition | location=Providence, RI | publisher=AMS Chelsea Publishing | year=2009 | origyear=1990 | isbn=978-0-8218-4426-7 | zbl=1179.11040 }}
Class field theory | edition=Reprint of the 2nd edition | location=Providence, RI | publisher=AMS Chelsea Publishing | year=2009 | origyear=1990 | isbn=978-0-8218-4426-7 | zbl=1179.11040 }}
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* {{cite book | author=J.W.S. Cassels | authorlink=J. W. S. Cassels | coauthors=[[Albrecht Fröhlich|A. Fröhlich]] | title=Algebraic Number Theory | publisher=[[Academic Press]] | year=1967 | isbn=012268950X }}

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