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The Financial Post:  Magazine ..March 1, 1983 ...A Capitalist's Guide to Marxism, Life in Bush-League Baseball, Glasgow:  You Can go Home Again, Where Robot Meets Marmot by  Mechtild Hoppenrath  Charles Oberdorf - First Edition First Printing - 1983 - from Nessa Books and Biblio.com

The Financial Post: Magazine ..March 1, 1983 ...A Capitalist's Guide to Marxism, Life in Bush-League Baseball, Glasgow: You Can go Home Again, Where Robot Meets Marmot

by Ruch, Paul A. (ed) ...Peter C. Newman, Andrew Weiner, Barry Nelson, Geoffrey Bailey, Bob Benson, Julianne Labreche, Ann Rhodes, Andrew Allentuck, Charles Oberdorf, Mechtild Hoppenrath

Condition: Near Fine


Toronto: Maclean-Hunter, 1983. ....Tight clean and square, mailing label, faint edge wear. Contents include: Starting Post: The professional selling of amateur sport / Business people: Farlinger of "The Firm" by Peter C. Newman / Knowing left from right: A capitalist's guide to Marxism, in this the centennial of the philosopher's death, a "Marxist Who's Who", a glossary of "Marxist-Leninist terms" by Andrew Weiner / Beating the bushes: It's tough making a buck in the minors and Russ Parker knows it. Owning the Calgary Expos is not unlike playing for the Calgary Expos - "you gotta hustle" by Barry Nelson / Where robot meets marmot: At the Ottawa Science Centre, many R & D projects are culled but few are chosen by Julianne Labreche / Glasgow: A homecoming year for Scottish sons and daughters, lest old acquaintance be forgot and the peculiar charms of an industrial city go unheralded by Charles Oberdorf and Mechtild Hoppenrath.. First Edition First Printing. Magazine. Near Fine. Illus. by Cover Illustration by Tomio Nitto, Interior Art Work by Gerrard Gucci, Roger Hill, Phil Malette, Jow D'agostino, David Cousins, Gail Geltner, Doug Panton, . 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.
  • Bookseller: Nessa Books CA (CA)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 003357
  • Title: The Financial Post: Magazine ..March 1, 1983 ...A Capitalist's Guide to Marxism, Life in Bush-League Baseball, Glasgow: You Can go Home Again, Where Robot Meets Marmot
  • Author: Ruch, Paul A. (ed) ...Peter C. Newman, Andrew Weiner, Barry Nelson, Geoffrey Bailey, Bob Benson, Julianne Labreche, Ann Rhodes, Andrew Allentuck, Charles Oberdorf, Mechtild Hoppenrath
  • Illustrator: Cover Illustration by Tomio Nitto, Interior Art Work by Gerrard Gucci, Roger Hill, Phil Malette, Jow D'agostino, David Cousins,
  • Format/binding: Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - Near Fine
  • Edition: First Edition First Printing
  • Publisher: Maclean-Hunter
  • Place: Toronto
  • Date published: 1983
  • Keywords: ....Tight clean and square, faint edge wear. Contents include: Starting Post: The professional selling of amateur sport / Business people: Farlinger of "The Firm" by Peter C. Newman / Knowing left from right: A capitalist\'s guide to Marxism
  • Bookseller catalogs: Canadiana; Magazines; Peter C Newman;
  • Subjects: ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES / Magazines & Newspapers; TRAVEL / Canada / General;


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