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WQ, The Wilson Quarterly: Surveying the World of Ideas: Volume XXII (22), Number 1: Winter, 1998

by Tolson, Jay (editor)

Condition: Near Fine


Washington D.C.: Woodrow Wilson Internationa Center for Scholars , 1998. 160 clean, unmarked pages; includes: Edward O. Wilson, Richard Rorty & Paul R. Gross (a Debate on the Unity of Nowleedge), Andrew Stark (American, the Gated commuity), Michael Lind ( Alamo, How David Crockett Died?), Dale f Eickelman (Inside the Islamic Reformation), Poetry (Anthony Hecht on Horace), Etc,. 1st. Paperback. Near Fine. 8 vo. Magazine.
  • Bookseller: Dorley House Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 061165
  • Title: WQ, The Wilson Quarterly: Surveying the World of Ideas: Volume XXII (22), Number 1: Winter, 1998
  • Author: Tolson, Jay (editor)
  • Format/binding: Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - Near Fine
  • Edition: 1st
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Woodrow Wilson Internationa Center for Scholars
  • Place: Washington D.C.
  • Date published: 1998
  • Keywords: Edward O. Wilson, Richard Rorty & Paul R. Gross (a Debate on the Unity of Nowleedge), Andrew Stark (American, the Gated commuity), Michael Lind ( Alamo, How David Crockett Died?), Dale f Eickelman (Inside the Islamic Reformation), Poetry (Anthony Hech
  • Size: 8 vo

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