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Friedrich Engels, translated by Edward Aveling:
Socialism Utopian and Scientific. With a special introduction by the author.

London: Swan Sonnenschein, 1892. First edition. xxxix, 117pp, + [4pp] catalogue of the publishers' Social Science series sewn in. Contents very clean, with faint marks at opening x/xi. The vol has at some time been resewn with congruous new endpapers. In the original binding of red cloth titled in gilt to the spine and in black to the front: some soiling to boards, spine rubbed: refurbished and firm. A good copy. VG.

Price: 90.00


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Edited by Cecil B. Harmsworth:
The New Liberal Review: Vol VII. No. 39.

London: 1904. Original edition. viii, [152]pp (#273-424). Contents clean, with foxing to first and last few pages and to closed edges. 25x16cms, in the original rather soiled grey wrappers, yapp edges showing some wear. Very Good.

Price: 24.00


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M.K. Gandhi:
Non-violence in Peace and War.

Ahmedabad: Navajivan Publishing House, 1942. First edition of 2,000 copies. 608pp. Contents clean and in very good order, with negligible foxing to a few pages. Corrigenda slip laid in. Neat 1943 ownership name to front free endpaper. Faint mottling to endpapers. In the original binding of grey boards with cloth spine, titled in navy. Spine clean and firm, small marks and scuffs to boards, small knock to lower corners, silverfish surface nibbling to a few mm at leading edge of upper board. Includes Gandhi's radical advice to Britain, to let Hitler and Mussolini occupy the land and take whatever they want, thereby obtaining a moral victory, rather than turning ourselves into an equally effective fighting machine to beat them with arms, which he would regard as their victory. A very nice copy. VG+.

Price: 1,800.00


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Stephen P. Turner, edited by:
Emile Durkheim: Sociologist and Moralist.

London: Routledge, 1993. First edition. xiv, 253. Contents unmarked, very fresh and clean, appears unread. In the original Routledge binding of smooth grey paper-covered boards, very clean, corners sharp, slight blunting to spine ends. Near Fine.

Price: 50.00


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Max Weber, translated by Austin Harrington and Mary Shields, and edited by David J. Chalcraft and Austin Harrington:
The Protestant Ethic Debate: Max Weber's Replies to his Critics, 1907-1910. Studies in Social and Political Thought series.

Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2001. First edition. vii, 149pp. Contents fresh and unmarked, in the original navy cloth lettered in gilt. Fresh, bright and sharp, in unclipped (unpriced) dustwrapper. Unblemished copy. Fine in fine dust-jacket.

Price: 20.00


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