By ANDRE WEIL
From the stories: "L.R. Shafarevich confirmed me the 1st version […] and acknowledged that this ebook can be any further the publication approximately classification box idea. in truth it's by way of a long way the main whole therapy of the most theorems of algebraic quantity conception, together with functionality fields over finite consistent fields, that seemed in publication form." Zentralblatt MATH
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BASIC NUMBER THEORY by ANDRE WEIL