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American Council of Learned Societies, 2008.

Crisp and clean; no owners' marks; except for minor rubbing at spine ends and corners of the soft cover, excellent, nearly as new. ... more

Price: $15.00

Los Angeles: The Augustan Reprint Society, 1955.

viii + 48pp. A facsimile reprint. Pages crisp and clean; no owners' marks; stapled binding clean and secure; soft cover shows some handling smudges along the left front and right rear and a little chipping at the spine ends, otherwise excellent. ... more

Price: $6.50

New York: Modern Language Association of America, 1988.

Underlining and margin notes at pp. 78-90; no other marks; spine has a thin reading crease, but binding remains secure; soft cover has a vertical crease at the left front and a corner crease at the bottom right front, as well as mild rubbing at corners and spine ends, otherwise... more

Price: $4.50

New York: American Book Company, 1947.

Pages crisp and clean except for a few shallow paperclip maks; binding is square and secure, full gray cloth cover turned inward gently at the corners and slightly softened at spine ends, with just a bit of surface rubbing at the lower spine and small spots of mild shelfwear at... more

Price: $60.00

Floris Books, 2010.

Crisp, bright, and clean; no owners' marks or wear; as new. ... more

Price: $10.00

The University of North Carolina Press, 1993.

Clean, crisp and bright; no owners' marks; binding is square and tight; hard cover shows only a little light shelf rubbing at the spine heel; the dustjacket is slightly curled at the top edges and bears a crease at the bottom left corner of the rear flap; otherwise as new.... more

Price: $11.00

Sterling, Virginia: Stylus Publishing, LLC., 2000.

Signed and inscribed to a named individual by volume contributor Eddie Moore at the half-title page. Clean and bright; there is a gentle thumbnail crease at the lower left front of the soft cover, another at the top rear edge, and moderate shelf rubbing at spine ends and bottom edges,... more

Price: $12.00

Rutgers University Press, 2013.

Crisp, bright, clean; no owners' marks; mild shelf rubbing at the spine ends of the jacket, otherwise as new. Caveat: the author's argument favors 'enterprise' over 'education'. ... more

Price: $12.00

Des Moines: Iowa State Education Association, 1993.

Signed and inscribed to a named individual by the author at the title page. Clean, bright pages except for light foxing along the head edge of the page block; binding square and tight, full cloth cover only lightly dust-stained at the top corners. Jacket shows a pressure mark at the... more

Price: $10.00

Twiss Hill Press, 2012.

Crisp, bright, and clean; except for mild rubbing at the corners of the soft cover, as new. The author confronts the illusion of academia as a business and the corruption driving management changes away from an educational model and toward a transactional model. ... more

Price: $9.00

Public Affairs, 2007.

Pages crisp and clean except for a few page-corner folds and a little light tanning in the margins; no other owners' marks; binding square, spine uncreased; soft cover shows mild rubbing at spine ends and lower edges; otherwise excellent. ... more

Price: $5.95

Independent Thinking Press, 2012.

Clean, crisp, and bright; no owners' marks or wear; as new. ... more

Price: $6.00

Bethany Press, 1934.

The pages of this copy are crisp, remarkably bright, and clean except for a little brownish spotting at pp. 112-113 and a card pocket pasted at the last free endpaper, though there are no indications that this book belonged to a regular lending library and no ownership marks in or... more

Price: $5.00

Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001.

Clean and bright; no owners' or use marks; except for a small scratch at the spine of the dust jacket, excellent, nearly as new. Jacket now protected in a new, clear sleeve. ... more

Price: $7.50

Windflower Press, 1986.

In Weston, Massachusetts, The Cambridge School remains committed to progressive education; it began as a girls' school in the 19th century, with pupils including Helen Keller, and then expanded to include boys and adopted the ideas of Parker and Dewey. Crisp, bright pages; square, uncreased spine; soft cover is mildly... more

Price: $10.00

Lipshitz Press, 1918.

Ex-library, with stickers and card envelopes on the front and back endpapers, as well as some underlining in pencil scattered throughout; includes a foldout map, which bears several tears along the right edge but is otherwise good; binding is tight; the hard cover is rubbed at the spine ends and... more

Price: $20.00

The Village Press, 1973.

Limited printing of 5,000 copies. Clean, crisp, bright; no owners' marks or wear; remarkably, as new. ... more

Price: $25.00

New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1954.

Pages are crisp, bright, and clean except for a prior owner's name stamp at the front free endpaper; binding is square and secure, full cloth cover softened at spine ends and showing rubbing at spine ends, heel edges, and corners, otherwise clean and well-kept. Dustjacket has two short, closed tears,... more

Price: $12.50

Boulder, Colorado, U.S.A.: Westview Press, 1998.

Pages crisp and clean except for felt-tip mark on the bottom edge of the page block; no owners' marks; spine square and uncreased, soft cover a bit chipped around the bottom front corner, showing a very small fold at the bottom rear corner, and bearing lighter rubbing around the top... more

Price: $16.00

New York: Columbia University Press, 1938.

Crisp, clean pages except for a prior owner's name at the front endpaper and a little mild toning at the outer margins; binding is square and secure, full red cloth hard cover turned slightly inward at the free corners and softened at the spine ends with mild sunning along the... more

Price: $200.00



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