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- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2002; US$ 11.99
From the revered author of the classic The Death and Life of Great American Cities comes a new book that will revolutionize the way we think about the economy. Starting from the premise that human beings "exist wholly within nature as part of natural order in every respect," Jane Jacobs has focused her singular eye on the natural world in order... more...
- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2007; US$ 13.99
In this indispensable book, urban visionary Jane Jacobs--renowned author of The Death and Life of Great American Cities and The Economy of Cities --convincingly argues that as agrarianism gives way to a technology-based future, we stand on the brink of a new dark age, a period of cultural collapse. Jacobs pinpoints five pillars of our culture that... more...
- Random House of Canada 2010; US$ 13.95
Visionary thinker Jane Jacobs uses her authoritative work on urban life and economies to show us how we can protect and strengthen our culture and communities. In Dark Age Ahead , Jane Jacobs identifies five pillars of our culture that we depend on but which are in serious decline: community and family; higher education; the effective practice of... more...
- Random House of Canada 2010; US$ 13.95
Jane Jacobs has spent years changing the way we think about economic life in general. Now, in The Nature of Economies , Jacobs proposes a radical notion that has breath-taking common sense: economies are governed by the same rules as nature itself. With the simplicity of an extremely wise and seasoned thinker, Jane Jacobs shows us that by looking... more...
- Random House of Canada 2011; US$ 16.95
When Hannah Breece came to Alaska in 1904, it was a remote lawless wilderness of prospectors, murderous bootleggers, tribal chiefs, and Russian priests. She spent fourteen years educating Athabascans, Aleuts, Inuit and Russians with the stubborn generosity of a born teacher and the clarity of an original and independent mind. Jane Jacobs, Hannah's... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2002; US$ 79.95
Edge of Empire examines struggles over urban space in three contemporary first world cities in an attempt to map the real geographies of colonialism and postcolonialism as manifest in modern society. From London, the one-time heart of the empire, to Perth and Brisbane, scenes of Aboriginal claims for the sacred in the space of the modern city, Jacobs... more...
- House of Anansi Press 2011; US$ 18.95
The CBC Massey Lectures, an annual broadcasting fixture for more than 45 years and Canada?s preeminent public lecture series, featured some of the finest talks by some of the greatest minds of modern times. In this extraordinary collection, major thinkers offer passionate polemics on the major issues of the 20th century. Here are King on race and... more...
- Baker Publishing Group 2012; US$ 17.99
A biblical and balanced approach to gender issues and relationships, encouraging Spirit-filled women to take the path of freedom, where they work for the kingdom side by side with men. Trustworthy guidance for women hoping to find their ultimate purpose. more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2007; US$ 2.99
The Innocents Abroad is one of the most prominent and influential travel books ever written about Europe and the Holy Land. In it, the collision of the American ?New Barbarians? and the European ?Old World? provides much comic fodder for Mark Twain?and a remarkably perceptive lens on the human condition. Gleefully skewering the ethos of American... more...