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Aikido in America by  Ron [Editor];  John [Editor]; Meyer - Paperback - 1995-07-26 - from Kayleighbug Books and

Aikido in America

by Stone, John [Editor]; Meyer, Ron [Editor];

Condition: Good

Berkeley, CA: Frog Books, 1995-07-26. Trade Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; A virtual oral history of Aikido in the United States, this collection of original interviews taps into two generations of martial artists and allows them to tell how the ancient Japanese discipline, sometimes called the "way of harmony", has affected the course of their lives. 15 photos.

John Stone holds a fifth-degree black belt and is chief instructor at Aikido of Madison, Winconsin. Also a black belt, Ron Meyer directs a film production and distribution company in Boulder, Colorado.



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