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Science in History: Four(4) volumes in slipcase: Volume 1: The Emergence of Science, Volume 2: TGhe Scientific and Industrial Revolutions; Volume 3: The Natural Sciences in Our Time; Volume 4: Social Sciences: Conclusion

by Bernal, J.D

Condition: Small crease on 1 volume cover, else nice clean tight bright copies: Near Fine in VG (rubbed) slipcase

Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, nd (1979). Trade paperbacks (Original wrappers, rustica, broche) in slipcase. Small crease on 1 volume cover, else nice clean tight bright copies: Near Fine in VG (rubbed) slipcase. 8vo.


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