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Charles Fourier's The Phalanx or Journal of Social Science - Devoted to the Cause of Association or a Social Reform and the Elevation of the Human Race - Resource and Source Works Series #255, Number 1 - 23 / October 5, 1843 - May 28, 1845, Fourier, Charles
1 Fourier, Charles Charles Fourier's The Phalanx or Journal of Social Science - Devoted to the Cause of Association or a Social Reform and the Elevation of the Human Race - Resource and Source Works Series #255, Number 1 - 23 / October 5, 1843 - May 28, 1845
New York Burt Franklin 1967 B000IU17FO Reprint Hardcover Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
356 pages. Bound reprint of numbers 1-23, originally printed October 5, 1843 through May 28, 1845. "The 'Phalanx' will explain the system of universal Association or principles of a new Organization of Society, discovered by Charles Fourier, in regard both to practical details and universal theory, and will enter into an exposition of the higher and more scientific parts of Fourier's discoveries, which have not hitherto been made known in this country, or published to any extent in English." - from page 3. Clean with light wear. Binding tight. Bookplate inside front board. Bit of writing upon front free endpaper. A quality copy. 
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This Week Magazine, November 2, 1969 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Our Deadly Railroads, Weiss, Paul; Williamson, Nicol; Broadbent, Robert V.; Fandell, Todd E.; Lieber, Leslie; Waldo, Myra; Malcolm, Mary; McCluskey, Sally; Ferguson, Mike and Marilyn; Christian, Mary B.
2 Weiss, Paul; Williamson, Nicol; Broadbent, Robert V.; Fandell, Todd E.; Lieber, Leslie; Waldo, Myra; Malcolm, Mary; McCluskey, Sally; Ferguson, Mike and Marilyn; Christian, Mary B. This Week Magazine, November 2, 1969 - Insert to the Boston Sunday Herald: Our Deadly Railroads
USA United Newspapers Magazine Corporation / The Boston Herald 1969 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Menken/Seltzer; Kaufman; Oldden 
40 pages. Features: What is Man?; Nostalgic one-page color-photo ad for Kellogg's Corn Flake Crumbs - illustrated with fried chicken; Sensational one-page color (yellow) photo ad for the 1970 Cadillac Coupe deVille; Nicol Williamson - interview with this serious film star who travels light; Super one-page color-photo ad for a dark green Pontiac Catalina; Your Annual Physical; Our Railroads are No Longer Safe; Can Anyone Predict the Future? - a scorecard on past preductions indicates too many misses; Nice one-page photo ad for LaSalle Extension University features lovely lady using Stenotype shorthand machine; The Hunt for Venus' Arms - Whatever became of the arms of the Venus de Milo statue housed in Paris' Louvre Museum?; Nice one-page color-photo ad for Special K cereal features 7-cent coupon; Recipes for travellers; Great color ads for Gracious Living feature funky retro products such as colored phones and two-position TV-stands; My Shadow Child - it took eight years to suspect Andrew's excessive activity was more than just being a boy; Nice one-page photo ad entitled "Oh, That Charlie" features vinyl record "The Best of Charlie Rice"; Great Moments in Indoor Sports - of all indoor sports, none requires the brain-power and ruthlessness as does "Monopoly"; Great one-page photo ad for Telepander muscle training features before and after photos of a (now) hunky guy; Champagne Living on a Beer Budget - money-saving tips for such things as conference calls, classified ads, brand X products, and many more; How to Keep Your Appliances Going; Should 18-year-olds Vote? - letters from readers. Average wear. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy. 
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