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Globalising Food, Agrarian Questions and Global Restructuring.

By: Goodman, David and Michael J. Watts (editor) (John Wilkinson, Gillian Hart, Sharad Chari, Norman Long, Laura Raynolds, Brian Page, Margaret FitzSimmons, Terry Marsden, William Friedland, Miriam Wells, Philip Love, Neil Ward, Richard Walker . .)

Price: $20.00

Publisher: London, Routledge.: 1997

Seller ID: 19474

ISBN: 041516253X

Condition: Very Good


383 pp. "Leading international experts draw on recent social-theoretic contributions in geography, sociology, economics and political economy to assess the importance and scale of the new global forces at work . .) Light edgewear on card stock covers; binding sturdy, text pages clean. View more info

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Ingots, A Sesquicentennial Anthology

By: Seffinga, Jeff (editor) (James Deahl, Linda M. Brissett, Richard Woollatt, Frances Ward-Marciniak, Bob Ezergailis, Jeff Seffinga)

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Mekler & Deahl.: 1996

Seller ID: 20856

ISBN: 1896367070

Condition: Very Good


8vo - 23 x 15 cm.; 60 pp. All poets included in this anthology are members of the Canadian Poetry Association. Some general wear to card stock cover; binding sturdy, text pages clean. View more info

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The American Apostolate: American Catholics in the Twentieth Century.

By: Ward, Richard. (editor).

Price: $7.20

Publisher: Westminster, Maryland., Newman Press.: 1952

Seller ID: 12865

Condition: Very Good- with no dust jacket


8vo - 22.5 cm x 15 cm.; vi - 298 pp. Red cloth with silver lettering on a black spine label. A series of 18 essays by prominent Cathoics on the state of the Catholic Church (in a defensive mode) in America. Library markings are residue from a spine label, stamps on the title page and back free end paper along with library attachments on the back end papers and a faded stamp on the text block head edge. The book was never taken out and shows little use or wear. View more info