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Publisher: NY, 1970
"As new - gift quality! Exhibit catalog. ""A Plentiful Country: An Exhibition of Important Paintings of the American West"". Illustrated with black and white photos (a few in color) with short essays placing the artists and their works in context both in art and history. Staple-bound, pages 1-76, 9.5x6"" (24.1x15 cm). " View more info
Publisher: NY, 1993
"As new - gift quality! Appears unread. ""Selected talks form the Symposium Sponsored by The Mercantile Library of New York"" by Ilan Stavans, Arnold Rampersad, Juan Bruce-Novoa, Gary Soto, Virgil Suarez, Margarite Fernandez Olmos, Judith Ortiz Cofer, Julia Alvarez & Rudolfo Anaya. 66 page, perfect bound. 13.7x21.6x.5cm" View more info
By: "Anderson, Sid"
Publisher: Xlibris, 2005
"As new - gift quality! Signed and inscribed by author. ""How you and China can learn and profit from the mistakes of the United States"" ""dedicated to Chinese students studying or proficient in English"" ""It's been said that there are more English learners in China than there are native English speakers in the whole world"" 126 pages." View more info
Publisher: "Danbury, CT", 2005
"As new. Articles include: """"Upon Entering the White House: Affairs and Sec Scandals through the Years"": ""Buying the Right to Privacy: Contraception in Connecticut, 1940-1970""; Charles and Di: A History in Attitudes""; ""An Inquiry into the Masculine Mentality""; ""the Oppression of Women in Christianity""; ""Black Women Abolitionists""; ""Walt Whitman and Hom... View more info
By: "Stossel, John"
- Singles have a better sex life than married people, right? Wrong A University of Chicago study shows that married couples are having more sex--30% more--and better sex, than singles. But movies, TV shows, and other reporting about marriage never feature that fact. - Do we have less free time than we used to? Countless news stories and anecdotes from friends and family make the overwhelming case that we're running ourselves ragged. But when people actually keep tra... View more info
Publisher: "Middlebury, VT", 2001
"As new - gift quality! Five Stories by Isaac Babel, Newly Translated * Reflections on Terror * Mapping British Addictions * Louise Glick and Latter Day Romanticism * Arthur Miller's Offstage Views * A Glimpse of Emily Dickinson's Reading * How Fish Sees Milton * The Legacy of Napoleon * A Conversation from a New Translation of The Tale of Genji * An die Musik Recaptured. 203 pages" View more info
Publisher: "Oxford University Press, USA",
Stanley Crouch, the rarely acknowledged but epic nature of the Afro-American experience offers one of the most revealing paths through the spiritual and intellectual thickets of our time, exposing us to ourselves as often through art as through politics. In Notes of a Hanging Judge, Crouch portrays this century as an "Age of Redefinition" for the United States and identifies the Civil Rights Movement as one of its richest metaphors. Crouch explores the movement from all ... View more info
By: "Tieck, David"
Publisher: "Bloomington, IN", 2014
"As new - gift quality! ""54 humor essays that will force you to unleash indulgence rumbles from your deepest amusement precincts until your noggin detonates"" Example of essay title: ""And now signs that the bottom of your cannon may need a scrub"". 194 pages" View more info
Publisher: "Cambridge, MA", 1920
Edition: (1st edition)
"As new except for slight softening of spine bottom edge, light age tanning of end papers and exterior page edges, and owners name and date December 25., 1922 on the first free page. Moss green paper over board with gilt medallion and lettering. No dust jacket. 43 page essay on the purpose of recreation in our lives and the various types with an extensive story of the author and Theodore Roosevelt sharing their interest in bird song." View more info
Publisher: "Washington, DC", 2006
"As new except for faint edgewear. Articles on: ""Quebec's ""America Problem"": Differential Threat Perception in the North American Security Community; Four Pathways to Aboriginal Self-Government in Canada; American Inspiration: The Story of the Diefenbaker Centre's Unlikely Origins; Voter Dealignment or Campaign Effects? Accounting for Political Preferences in Ontario; Disenchanted Modernity in Robert Kroetsch's The Studhorse Man: Eugenics, ... View more info
By: "Soble, Alan"
Publisher: "Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.",
This popular anthology of essays by leading philosophers has been revised to expand the sections on homosexuality and sexual morality and to include essays on date rape and sexual harassment. Opposing arguments invite readers to join the debates over issues such as whether feminists should oppose prostitution and whether a causal connection exists between pornography and rape. View more info
Publisher: Oxford University Press,
Was the 2000 presidential campaign merely a contest between Pinocchio and Dumbo? And did Dumbo miraculously turn into Abraham Lincoln after the events of September 11? In fact, Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Paul Waldman argue in The Press Effect, these stereotypes, while containing some elements of the truth, represent the failure of the press and the citizenry to engage the most important part of our political process in a critical fashion. Jamieson and Waldman analyze bot... View more info
Publisher: "New Press, The",
Revised and expanded with the most recent data, The Ultimate Field Guide to the U.S. Economy is an all-new edition of the classic primer on American economics that Noam Chomsky has called "an invaluable resource" and Juliet Schor has called "essential". As in the past, this highly illustrated guide brings key policy issues to life, reflecting the collective wit and wisdom of the best economic literacy activists in the country.Ten chapters tell you what you need to kno... View more info