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Buying Power: A History of Consumer Activism in America

by Glickman, Lawrence B.

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House of Our Own
Published
2009
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As New
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9780226298658
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Chicago, IL, U.S.A.: University of Chicago Press, 2009. This definitive history of the long traditon of American consumer activism begins with the American Revolution and ends with the first attempt to create a Consumer Protection Agency 200 years later; includes illustrations (gray cloth with silver lettering on spine; gray dust jacket with black, red & white lettering; a bright, clean,… Read more
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New York , NY, U.S.A.: Columbia University Press, 1987. This is a sudy of the settlement house movement, published following its hundredth anniversary in 1986, which covers the entire period ot its existence but focuses on the last four decades; from their beginnings, the purpose of the settlement houses has been to meet the needs of the low-income neighborhoods by… Read more
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$29.95
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A University and a Neighborhood: University of Southern California in Los Angeles, 1880-1984

by Roseman; Curtis C.; Wallach; Ruth; Taube; Dace; McCann, Linda; DeVerteuil; Geoffrey; Zachary, Claude

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House of Our Own
Published
2006
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As New
Edition
First Edition
ISBN
9781932800203
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$39.95

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Los Angeles, CA U.S.A.: Figueroa Press, 2006. This is an illustrated history of the University of Southern California and its surrounding neighborhood, with large black & white and color photographs on nearly every page, maps of the campus and the neighborhood, and a 21st century neighborhood profile (orange laminated cover with black & white photo of the university area; a… Read more
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Revolutionary Ladies

by Young, Philip

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House of Our Own
Published
1977
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Near Fine
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First Edition
ISBN
9780394499925
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$19.95

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New York, NY, U.S.A.: Alfred A. Knopf, 1977. Near Fine/Very Good: this is a study of a number of 18th century Loyalist women, beautiful, wealthy, caught up in the double jeopardy of sexual scandal and war, driven in a losing cause into exile, virtually forgotten; inscribed by the author on the front end paper and dated 6 October 1977 (maroon… Read more
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