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Current Issues and Enduring Questions:: A Guide to Critical Thinking and Argument with Readings, 7th Edition by  Hugo  Sylvan; Bedau - Paperback - 7th Edition - 2005 - from A2zbooks and Biblio.com

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Current Issues and Enduring Questions:: A Guide to Critical Thinking and Argument with Readings, 7th Edition

by Barnet, Sylvan; Bedau, Hugo

Condition: Fair Condition


Bedford/St. Martin's, Boston, MA, 2005. 7th Edition. Softcover. Fair Condition. The text has highlighting and marking, the cover has wear with heavy creases, front side outer edge wear and a school stamp on the lower outer page edges. Quantity Available: 1. ISBN: 0312412711. ISBN/EAN: 9780312412715. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 1560805475. . 9780312412715



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