DUBASH, NK: Power Politics: Equity and Environment in Electricity Reform

Dubash, Navroz K. (editor). Power Politics: Equity and Environment in Electricity Reform. World Resources Institute, 2002. ISBN: 1569735034. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#30700) $14.00

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Shows how electricity reform is, at root, an issue of sustainable development. Illustrated. 175p. Measures 8×10.

Contributors include Daniel Bouille, Alix Clark, Hilda Dubrovsky, Elena Petkova, Sudhir C. Rajan, Frances Seymour, and others.

Looks at the global context, Argentina, India, Indonesia, Bulgaria, Ghana, and South Africa.

ZAUNER, P: Sacramento and the California Delta: A Mini History

Book cover. Sacramento and the California Delta: A Mini HistoryZauner, Phyllis. Sacramento and the California Delta: A Mini History. Zanel Publications, 1979. Unmarked. Worn around the edges. Price sticker on front cover and a “Roaring Camp” price sticker on back. Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#30566) $12.00

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Illustrations by Neva Roberts. Maps and photographs. Sacramento history from John Sutter into the twentieth century. Topics include the Railroad Museum, the architecture, the Delta, and more. 60p.

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MARX, L: The Machine in the Garden: Technology and the Pastoral Ideal in America

Book cover. The Machine in the Garden: Technology and the Pastoral Ideal in AmericaMarx, Leo. The Machine in the Garden: Technology and the Pastoral Ideal in America. Oxford University Press, 1967. ISBN: 0195007387. Unmarked text. One dog-eared page. Some age tanning. Very Good. Paperback. (#30514) $12.00

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The Machine in the Garden fully examines the difference between the “pastoral” and “progressive” ideals which characterized early 19th-century American culture, and which ultimately evolved into the basis for much of the environmental and nuclear debates of contemporary society. References. 392p.

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