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The Geographical Magazine 1960 May
1 The Geographical Magazine 1960 May
The Geographical Magazine Ltd. May 1960 Vol 33 No 1 magazine used 60 pages 
Contents:
Kariba: Dam of Superlatives (Rhodesia)
And the Waters Prevailed
The English on the Riviera (Nice resort)
Portrait of Stoke-on-Trent
Stoke and the Two Josiahs(Josiah Spode and Josiah Wedgwood)
Focus on Nyasaland
The World in Books
How to Get There

Condition: Pages have some creases and corner wear. Cover hastearsn creases, writing in black and wear to the edges and corners. 
Price: 13.75 USD

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The National Geographical Magazine 1965 September
2 The National Geographical Magazine 1965 September
The National Geographical Ltd. September 1965 Vol 38 No 5 magazine used 78 pages 
Contents:
Nottingham: Queen of the Midlands
Heroic Masda - archaeology
Cambodia: Oasis of Peace
Iron and Steel - making and makers
Geography Today - Liverpool Studies the Tropics
The World in Books

Condition: Pages have corner wear. Cover has creases, spine tears, numbers written in black and wear to the edges and corners. 
Price: 8.25 USD

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In Whose Interest? A Guide to U.S. - South Africa Relations, Danaher, Kevin
3 Danaher, Kevin In Whose Interest? A Guide to U.S. - South Africa Relations
Washington D.C. Institute for Policy Studies 1984 0897580389 / 9780897580380 softcover used 279 pages, 5 inches by 8 1/2 inches tall 
Contents:
List of Illustrations and Tables
Acknowledgments
Introduction

1. Reform in South Africa, Neo-Apartheid and U.S. Policy
Introduction
Background to the Reforms
The Wiehahn Reforms
The Riekert Reforms
Educational Reform
The Constitutional Reforms
Hidden Reforms
The Basic Strategy: Denationalization and Retribalization
Conclusion
Notes

The "Progressive Force" U.S. Corporations and Apartheid
Introduction
Historical Background
Apartheid: A Racist System of Labor Control
Capitalist Growth and Racial Oppression
The Sullivan Principles
Conclusion
Notes

Peaceful Change, Law, Shame, and Violence
Introduction
Violence as a Tool of U.S. Policy
The African National Congress and the National Party
Conclusion
Notes

The "Communist Threat" East-West Politics and African Independence
The Carter Administration
The Regan Administration
The National Party's View of the "Communist Threat"
The Cape Sea Route and Strategic Minerals
The Limits of Soviet Power
Conclusion
Notes

Conclusion
Abbreviations/Glossary
Country Profile
Chronology
Bibliography
Directory of Information Sources
Index

Includes Maps:
South Africa: Bantustans
South Africa in relation to the United States
Southern Africa
Figures:
South African Universities, Student Enrollment by Racial Group
Schematic Presentation of New Executive/Legislative Structure
Key Members of the State Security Council
U.S. Direct Investment in South Afica

Tables:
Real Wages of African Miners in South Africa, 1905-1969
African Party Preferences
U.S. Import Dependence on Four Key Strategic Minerals
Rate of Return, U.S. Firms' Direct Foreign
Investment in Mining & Smelting

Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has light wear. 
Price: 4.40 USD

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Det Lykkelige Arabien, En Dansk Ekspedition, Hansen, Thorkild
4 Hansen, Thorkild Det Lykkelige Arabien, En Dansk Ekspedition
Gyldendal 2005 8700184047 / 9788700184046 hardcover used 373 pages, 5 1/2 inches by 9 inches tall 
Text in Danish.

Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has bumped corners and dents on board edges. 
Price: 16.50 USD

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