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COMMON SENSE ABOUT CHINA

by WINT, GUY:

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DUNEDIN, New Zealand
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Victor Gollancz, London, 1960. Ex lib, minimal markings, unissued, 176pp, G+ (sl cocked, v sl edge wear, sl rubbed sunned & soiled) d/w VG- (v sl creases chips wear & tears to extrems, sl rubbed sunned & soiled) Common Sense series 2
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Common Sense About China.

by WINT, Guy.

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Twickenham, United Kingdom
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Hardback. 1960. 176pp Gollancz, London 1960. Very good ex-library copy in dust jacket. .
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Common Sense About China (Common Sense Series 2)

Common Sense About China (Common Sense Series 2)

by Guy Wint

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Market Rasen, Lincolnshire
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London: Victor Gollancz. Minimal wear, but book has been bound upside-down within its covers. . Very Good. Soft cover. 1960.
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Common Sense About China

Common Sense About China

by Wint, Guy

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Benalla, Victoria
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London: Victor Gollancz, 1960. Soft cover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. The tail is lightly chipped, else the book is solid, clean and unmarked. Part of Gollancz's "Common Sense Series" . "The Common Sense series included thirteen political books published by Victor Gollancz Ltd in the United Kingdom during the early 1960s. They were intended to provide a general objective background on a particular topic and were addressed at the general reader who did not have specialised knowledge of the field. They were generally well received." (Wikipedia) A history of China, why the Kuomintang failed and the communists succeeded and also how the Chinese revolution differed from the Russian one. 176 pages, please check with us for an accurate postage cost.
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Common Sense About China (no.2)

by Guy Wint

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Bradford, West Yorkshire
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Gollancz, 1960-01-01. Unknown Binding. Good. in x in x in. Ex-library book, usual markings. Hardback/Hardcover with dust cover. Clean text, sound binding.
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