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The Alternative: Communal Life in New America.

by William Hedgepeth

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New York, NY Macmillan: Collier Books, 1970. Paperback First Edition Thus (1970), so stated. First Edition Thus (1970), so stated. Very Good in Wraps: shows indications of light use; slight spine lean; light wear to extremities; moderate rubbing to the panels; the binding leans somewhat, but remains secure (the binding is sewn); the text is clean. Free of any ownership names, dates, addresses, notations, inscriptions, stamps, plates, or labels. A handsome, moderately used copy, structurally sound and tightly bound, showing light wear. NOT a Remainder, Book-Club, or Ex-Library. 4to. (11 x 8.1 x 0.45 inches). 191 pages. Illustrated with Vintage Black & White Photographs by Dennis Stock, including many full and double page spreads. Designed by Will Hopkins.; Language: English. Weight: 20.4 ounces. Trade Paperback.


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