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Street Foods: Urban Food and Employment in Developing Countries
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Street Foods: Urban Food and Employment in Developing Countries

By Tinker, Irene

New York: Oxford University Press, 1997. Softcover. Very Good. 246pp; Black mark to flyleaf, covers clean & bright, text unmarked, binding is tight, VG condition. First empirical study of who makes, sells, and eats food on the streets of developing countries.

$12.00

The ABC of Social Credit
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The ABC of Social Credit

By Holter, E. S.

New York: Coward-McCann, Inc., 1934. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good-/Very Good. Cloth in DJ; 96pp; DJ slightly edgeworn & protected by mylar sleeve, minor foxing to edges, boards square & bright, text unmarked, binding is sound, VG-/VG condition. An introduction to the economic plan of Major C. H. Douglas. Appendix by Allen R. Brown.

$28.00

Manchuria Today
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Manchuria Today

By Kinney, Henry W.

Osaka, Japan: Privately Printed, 1930. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 100pp; Brown boards with gilt titling to front & spine, boards square, clean & bright, text unmarked, binding is sound, VG condition. Presents the principal features of the economic situation in Manchuria with special reference to the activities and aims of the South Manchuria Railway Company. Illustrated with photos & foldout map at rear.

$77.00

Technocracy Magazine Series A, Number 13 (August, 1938)
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Technocracy Magazine Series A, Number 13 (August, 1938)

By Scott, Howard

New York: Technocracy, Inc., 1938. Softcover. Very Good-. 8-1/2" x 11-1/2" Wraps; 22pp; Minor foxing to front cover, one corner slightly curled, text unmarked, binding is sound, VG- condition. Vintage magazine from Technocracy, Inc., a movement of engineers advocating a form of government based on technology founded by Howard Scott. This issue: World's Largest Cycle Changer; The Land of the Midnight Sun; Hot Strip Steel Mill; Adam's Rib; America Reacts; Social Objectives; more. Illustrated.

$21.00

Technocracy, Inc. Package: The Energy Certificate; The Ecology of Man; An Authentic American Radical; What This Continent Needs Is Scientific Government; + Miscellaneous Papers and Articles
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Technocracy, Inc. Package: The Energy Certificate; The Ecology of Man; An Authentic American Radical; What This Continent Needs Is Scientific Government; + Miscellaneous Papers and Articles

By Scott, Howard, et al.

Savannah, OH: Technocracy, Inc.. Softcover. Very Good. 70pp; Slight handling wear to some of the papers, text unmarked, VG- condition. Collection of booklet, articles, photocopies, letter and various papers from and related to Technocracy, Inc., a movement of engineers advocating a form of government based on technology founded by Howard Scott. Includes: The Energy Certificate (booklet); 1998 letter from CHQ Technocracy, Inc.; The Ecology of Man; An Authentic American Radical by William Sheridan; The New World of 1932; What This Continent Needs Is Scientific Government (Information Brief Number 63); Photocopies of 1930s news items about Technocracy; Lecture 20: Technocracy (from SFU undergraduate course website); Excerpt from Stormy Weather: Crosslights on the 1930s.

$28.00

Technocracy Digest (Three Issues) (Nos. 282, 283, 287 -- 4th Quarter 1986; 1st Quarter 1987; 1st Quarter 1988)
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Technocracy Digest (Three Issues) (Nos. 282, 283, 287 -- 4th Quarter 1986; 1st Quarter 1987; 1st Quarter 1988)

By McBurnie, Ed (Editor)

Vancouver, BC: Technocracy, Inc., 1988. Softcover. Very Good-. 8" x 10" Wraps; 66pp; Slight handling wear to magazines, thin white tape stuck to back cover of one issue, text unmarked, binding is sound, VG- condition. Three vintage issues (1986-1988) of magazine from Canadian branch of Technocracy, Inc., a movement of engineers advocating a form of government based on technology founded by Howard Scott. Contents include: In Praise of Engineering; Public Citizen on nuclear accidents; Toxic Waste Sites; Common Market Problems: Surplus Food; Life in the Price System; Sabotage by Planned Apathy; One in Twelve Farmers are Broke; much more.

$22.00

Technocracy Magazine Series A, Number 18 (December, 1939)
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Technocracy Magazine Series A, Number 18 (December, 1939)

By Scott, Howard

New York: Technocracy, Inc., 1939. Softcover. Very Good. 8-1/2" x 11-1/2" Wraps; 22pp; Covers clean & bright, text unmarked, binding is sound, VG condition. Vintage magazine from Technocracy, Inc., a movement of engineers advocating a form of government based on technology founded by Howard Scott. This issue: Most Modern Refinery; America's Opportunity; The Art of the Sun; Technology in Oil; Feed America First!; Giant Truck; more. Illustrated.

$25.00

The Northwest Technocrat (Four Issues) (Nos. 292, 295, 302, 345 -- 3rd Quarter 1983; 2nd Quarter 1984; 1st Quarter 1986; 4th Quarter 1996)
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The Northwest Technocrat (Four Issues) (Nos. 292, 295, 302, 345 -- 3rd Quarter 1983; 2nd Quarter 1984; 1st Quarter 1986; 4th Quarter 1996)

By Berge, John L. (Editor)

Seattle: Technocracy, Inc., 1996. Softcover. Very Good-. 7-3/4"x 9-3/4" Wraps; 88pp; Slight handling wear to magazines, light vertical crease to one issue, minor staining to back cover of one issue, text unmarked, binding is sound, VG- condition. Four vintage issues (1983-1996) of magazine from Technocracy, Inc., a movement of engineers advocating a form of government based on technology founded by Howard Scott. Contents include: Technocracy's Work Continues; Arming the Third World; The Nuclear Arms Race; World War IV???; A Trip Through Fantasy Land -- The Federal Gross Debt; The Impossible Dream; Decline of American Intelligence; Trends and Your Future; Who Art the Technocrats?; The Limits of the Earth; Reorganizing A Continent; The Demon-Haunted World; much more.

$29.00

What Price Profits?
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What Price Profits?

By Weiss, Max

New York: New Century Publishers, 1947. Softcover. Very Good-. Wraps; 48pp; Minor staining to covers, text unmarked, binding is sound, VG- condition. Communist Party USA publication. Contents: Wages Do Not Determine Prices; What Determines Prices?; Should Labor Fight For Wage Increases?; References.

$9.00

The Economic Importance of Puerto Rico for the United States
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The Economic Importance of Puerto Rico for the United States

By Economic Research Group of the Secretariat of Information and Propaganda, The Puerto Rican Socialist Party (Translated by Scott Lubeck)

Portland, OR: Puerto Rico Solidarity Comm., 1977. Softcover. Very Good-. Wraps; 20pp; Slight edgewear to covers, slight handling wear to booklet, text unmarked, binding is sound, VG- condition. Vintage pamphlet containing socialist analysis of the economic importance of Puerto Rico to the United States.

$14.00

Planning for Steady Growth
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Planning for Steady Growth

By Mathur, Gautam

New York: Augustus M. Kelley, 1965. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. Cloth in DJ; 386pp; Minor staining, edgewear & 1" tear to DJ, "No. 114" stamped to FFEP, text unmarked, binding is tight, VG/Good condition. Study of the principles of constructing the framework of a long-term plan of economic growth.

$17.00

Industrial Democracy and the Worker-Owned Firm: A Study of Twenty-One Plywood Companies in the Pacific Northwest
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Industrial Democracy and the Worker-Owned Firm: A Study of Twenty-One Plywood Companies in the Pacific Northwest

By Bellas, Carl J.

New York: Praeger Publishers, 1972. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 117pp; Green cloth boards with silver titling to front & spine, Johns Hopkins University ex-library stamp & inscrs. to FFEP (no other library markings), slight wear to spine ends, text unmarked, binding is tight, VG condition. Study of worker-owned plywood companies in the Pacific Northwest.

$20.00

Georgian SSR: Economic-Geographical Survey
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Georgian SSR: Economic-Geographical Survey

By Nachkebia, N. V.

Tbilisi: Tbilisi University Press, 1968. Softcover. Good+. 72pp; Covers slightly edgeworn and with slight handling wear, text unmarked, binding is tight, Good+ condition. Survey of the geography and economics of the Georgian SSR in the 1960s. Illustrated with maps & photos.

$20.00

Antitrust
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Antitrust

By Greenspan, Alan

New York: The Objectivist, Inc.. Softcover. Very Good. Wraps; 8pp; Booklet slightly age-toned, text unmarked, binding is sound, VG condition. Revised and expanded version of an article published in "Barron's Business and Financial Weekly," February 5, 1962. This edition published circa 1960s.

$30.00

The Silent Revolution from Chaos to a World Community (New Impulse No. 2)
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The Silent Revolution from Chaos to a World Community (New Impulse No. 2)

By Sievers, Charley

Australia: Privately Printed, 1975. Softcover. Good. Wraps; 32pp; Handling wear to booklet, price blacked out on front cover, black mark to title page (ink bleeds through page & affects bottom of one line of text), text unmarked, binding is sound, Good condition. Unique, scarce, self-published pamphlet by an Australian with a recipe for a new system of world economics. "A condensation of lectures on inflation, unemployment and world economy.

$17.00

Material Human Progress
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Material Human Progress

By Cox, Jacob Dolson

Cleveland, OH: The Cleveland Twist Drill Co., 1954. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good-/None. 107pp; No DJ, blue cloth boards with gilt titling to front & spine, paperclip indentation to FFEP, corners of boards & spine ends rubbed, slight scuffing to rear board, text unmarked, binding is tight, VG- condition. Business card of Arthur S. Armstrong, president of The Cleveland Twist Drill Co., laid in. Treatise outlining the author's theory of material human progress. Includes foldout chart. Published posthumously.

$10.00

The Four Billion Dollar Sure Thing: Understanding the Financial Markets in Three Minutes and Seven Seconds
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The Four Billion Dollar Sure Thing: Understanding the Financial Markets in Three Minutes and Seven Seconds

By Spear, Charles M.

Glendale, CA: Flintridge Press. Hardcover. Very Good/None. 221pp; No DJ, green boards with gilt lettering to front & spine, a few nicks to spine, clean, tight copy, VG condition. Contains over 100 commentaries that appeared on KWHY-TV, Channel 22 in Los Angeles during 1990 and 1991. Published circa 1992.

$15.00

Cosmic Accounting
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Cosmic Accounting

By Greenstuart, Malcolm J.

Australia: Pigtale Publishing, 2001. Softcover. Very Good. 135pp; Slight handling wear to covers, text unmarked, binding is tight, VG condition. New economic system based on the ideas of Buckminster Fuller, promising to free people to do the things they think are the most worth doing, rather than just earning a living, developing a social system in harmony with the physical world. Illustrated.

$25.00

Capital and Population: A Study of the Economic Effects of Their Relation to Each Other
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Capital and Population: A Study of the Economic Effects of Their Relation to Each Other

By Hawley, Frederick B.

New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1882. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. 267pp; Brown cloth boards with gilt lettering to spine, moderate staining to boards, orignal yellow endpapers, slight staining to fore-edge, text unmarked, binding is sound, Good condition. Study of the effects of capital and population on one another, by 19th century economist. Discusses free trade, taxation, fixed capital, panics, credit, wages and profits, cooperation, commerce, rent and much more.

$225.00

Democracy and Finance: The Addresses and Public Statements of William O. Douglas as Member and Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission
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Democracy and Finance: The Addresses and Public Statements of William O. Douglas as Member and Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission

By Douglas, William O. (Edited by James Allen)

New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1940. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Poor. Cloth in DJ; 301pp; Brown cloth boards with black lettering to spine, corner of front panel of DJ torn off, DJ protected by mylar sleeve, bookplate to FFEP, text unmarked, binding is tight, VG/Poor condition. The Addresses and Public Statements of William O. Douglas as Member and Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Edited, with an Introduction and Notes by James Allen. Sections include: Democracy in Finance, Stock Exchanges, Public Utilities, Reform of Corporate Reorganizations, Administrative Government, Education in Government and Law.

$125.00

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