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- American Bar Association 2009; US$ 194.99
Written by leading construction law practitioners, the Forum on the Construction Industry's new textbook Construction Law meets the pressing need for a comprehensive law school textbook. It provides a complete orientation to the construction industry and its processes, and it can be used for introductory survey courses or more advanced courses... more...
- Oxford University Press 2003; US$ 38.00 US$ 32.68
Can we prevent the destruction of the world's tropical forests? In the fire-scarred hills of Costa Rica, science writer William Allen found an answer: we can not only prevent their destruction - we can bring them back to their former glory. 'Green Phoenix' reveals how the tropical forests in the northwestern section of the country were saved. more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2014; US$ 115.00
British monetary policy was reactivated in 1951 when short-term interest rates were increased for the first time in two decades. The book explores the politics of formulating monetary policy in the 1950s and the techniques of implementing it, and discusses the parallels between the present monetary situation and that of 1951. more...
- Skyhorse Publishing 2016; US$ 14.99
An adventure tale, historical memoir, and hunting journal in a single, enthralling narrative. At the tender age of seven, little William shot his first chipmunk and was ?imbued with the spirit of sportsmanship.? In the following years of his colorful life, Allen wore many hats, living as a tracker, miner, blacksmith, gunsmith, prospector, freighter,... more...
- Oxford University Press 2003; US$ 54.99 US$ 47.29
Can we prevent the destruction of the world's tropical forests? In the fire-scarred hills of Costa Rica, award-winning science writer William Allen found a remarkable answer: we can not only prevent their destruction--we can bring them back to their former glory.In Green Phoenix , Allen tells the gripping story of a large group of Costa Rican and... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2004; US$ 54.95
Maxwell Fry was known internationally for his research into international and domestic financial issues. This book constitutes a tribute to his pioneering work in so many areas, and draws together contributions from a range of academic and policy-making colleagues who were fortunate enough to experience the depth of knowledge and insights which Maxwell... more...
- Reaktion Books 1991; US$ 37.00
The interpretation of contemporary art has always presented the critic with the hardest challenge; yet today, as new and often bewildering trends and movements come to the fore with dizzying speed, a critical engagement with the works of our own time is particularly vital. Each contributor to Interpreting Contemporary Art has looked at his chosen... more...
- Lexington Books 2009; US$ 49.99
Rethinking Uncle Tom thoroughly explains Uncle Tom's Cabin as an articulation of the conditions of democratic life and the nature of modern humanism. The most mature elements of Stowe's political thought emerge from a close reading of Sunny Memories and of Oldtown Folks. This book develops familiarity with the moral discourse of abolition and nineteenth-century... more...
- Robert Hale 2012; US$ 2.90
Discovered centuries before by a Spanish explorer, Vegas Springs had acquired the status of a myth, its very existence questioned and its precise location unknown except to a few Indians and the occasional lucky traveller who stumbled upon it. In the midst of the desert it had one redeeming feature: life-giving water. Seb Ashton was one of those lucky... more...