MARABLE, M: Malcolm X His Message and Meaning

Manning Marable on Malcolm X His Message & Meaning. Open Magazine Pamphlet Series, 1992. Unmarked. Pamphlet #22. 18p. Measures 11×4.2 inches. TVery Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#25526) $20.00

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his work prefigured Marable’s (1950-2011) biography of Malcolm X, published in 2011.

CENTER FOR RESPONSIVE POLITICS: The Price of Admission: Campaign Spending in the 1994 Elections

Makinson, Larry. The Price of Admission: Campaign Spending in the 1994 Elections. Center for Responsive Politics, 1995. ISBN: 0939715252. Unmarked. 250p. Index.Very Good. Paperback. (#25127) $14.00

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Includes more than 1,500 charts and graphs that illustrate the patterns behind the flow of money from industries and interest groups to members of Congress in 1994.

BLAU, J: Social Theories of Jacksonian Democracy: The Representative Writings 1825-1850

Social Theories of Jacksonian Democracy: The Representative Writings 1825-1850, book coverBlau, Joseph L. (editor). Social Theories of Jacksonian Democracy: The Representative Writings 1825-1850. The American Heritage Series, 1954. Unmarked text. Some sun fading on cover. Previous owner’s stamp on front end page. Good. Paperback. (#24982) $12.00

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Bibliographic Note. Introduction: Jacksonian Social Thought. Authors include Andrew Jackson, William Emmons, Walt Whitman, David Henshaw, Langdon Byllesby, and others. Index. 383p.

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VANDERPOOL, D: rivate and Public: Class, Personality, Politics, and Landscape in British Photography

Private and Public: Class, Personality, Politics, and Landscape in British Photography book coverVanderpool, Derek; Wang, Vivian; Fetter-Vorm, Jonathan (editors). Private and Public: Class, Personality, Politics, and Landscape in British Photography. The Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Center, 2008. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#24968) $12.00

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B/W illustrations. Catalog for an exhibition (January 2-April 6, 2008) from the Cantor Arts Center’s collection. It explored the special qualities of the British as revealed in photographs: their obsession with class, individuality, the city, and the countryside. 79p. Measures 5.25×8 inches.

OSIRIS: Science in Germany: The Intersection of Institutional and Intellectual Issues

Olesko, Kathryn M. (editor). Osiris, Volume 15: Science in Germany: The Intersection of Institutional and Intellectual Issues. University of Chicago Press Journals, 1989. ISBN: 0934235139. Unmarked. 313p. Rubbed edges. A few illustrations. Very Good. Paperback. (#24731) $16.00

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Sections: Wissenschaft and Reform, Science and Education, Institutions and Creativity, Institutions and Scientific Creativity, Science and Political Institutions, and Commentary.

Authors: Frederick Gregory, Thomas Broman, Gert Schubring, Kathryn M. Olesko, Frederic L. Holmes, David Cahan, David E. Rowe, Jeffrey A. Johnson, Edmund N. Todd, Peter Weingart, and James Albisetti, Charles McCleland, and R. Steven Turner.

EITNER, L: Neoclassicism and Romanticism 1750-1850: An Anthology of Sources and Documents

Eitner, Lorenz (editor). Neoclassicism and Romanticism 1750-1850: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Prentice Hall, 1970. ISBN: 0064301869. Some check marks in the contents, otherwise unmarked text. Some dog-eared pages. Very Good. Paperback. (#24705) $12.00

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Includes the Enlightenment, Revolution, the Restoration, Humanism, Goethe, Ruskin, Constable, Turner, Baudelaire, etc. 352p. Index.