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Social Sciences-
Psych., Soc., Anth ro., Pol. Sc i.

WELCOME!

1. Abram Kardiner, WAR STRESS
AND NEUROTIC ILLNESS. A practi-
cal program for the management of
traumatic neuroses offered in this
brilliant analysis by a psychiatrist
whose many years of experience with
chronic cases is here supplemented by
detailed new material on the acute
phase. This is the latest, Devised ed.
pub. by Hoeber Medical Book Pub-
lishers. A technical work of great
import. Regularly 4.50, bargain 1.19
2. Edmund Bergier CONFLICT IN
MARRIAGE. About the unhappy un-
divorced by the author of "Divorce
Won't Help." Import, about 2.25
Marshall Sale Price 97c

20. TITO SPEAKS, His Self Portrait
and Struggle with Stalin. Half-auto-
biography, half-biography; written,
edited, and recorded by Vlodimer
Dedijer. 471 pages plus 15 full-page
plates & 2 maps. An important record
of current history. 1953, import, about
5.00, sale 1.19
21. Nandor Fodor, NEW APPROACH-
ES TO DREAM INTERPRETATION.
Recent findings in the psychoanalytic
interpretations of dreams. Reg. 5.00
1.98
22. Herbert Spencer, EDUCATION:
INTELLECTUAL, MORAL, & PHYSI-
CAL. 253 pages, import, about 1.75
59c
23. Ferdinand Lundberg, THE TREA-
SON OF THE PEOPLE. A veritable
muck-raker attack on our failure as
American citizens. 1954, 4.50-1.19

ecome to atic Sale ... One of the Best I've Run
Here are a very few of the hundreds and hundreds and hun-
dreds of good and great books now on sale at Michigan's ex-
citing big book store. These are the cream of currently avail-
able publishers' overstocks. I have handpicked them myself
from all conceivable sources of supply.
Do not be misled by my very low, sometimes absurdly low,
prices. These are all excellent, high-quality titles. You may
notice that hany of the bargains are imports from Britain ..,.
and the American dollar still goes a long way there. This is
your chance to SAVE AND SAVE on brand-new, choice quality
books!
Use the ORDER COUPON at the bottom of this page. (Use it
also for the magnificant quality paper-bound titles on the
opposite page.) DO IT NOW while stocks are complete, for
many of these bargains are in short supply, and all of them
are going out-of-print. And then come in if you possibly can
and browse thru hundreds more at bargain prices and thru the
thousands of magnificent titles -- new, sale, and used - all
on open-shelf display in my great book store.
- BOB MARSHALL

GLORIOUS, GLORIOUS TRAVEL TITLES
IMPORTED FROM MUNICHI An absolutely fabulous group of 7 large art-book
size collections of photography masterpieces. Each book has a two-page map,
perhaps 20 pages of pertinent text in English, and over 210 magnificent full-
page photos of the country, its people, landscapes, animals, architecture, cathe-
drals, works of art, its urban and rural areas, etc. etc. Unbelievably-fine photos,
superb work. The captions are all in English. The bindings are simple, taste-
ful, and (unlike many European art-book bindings) very sturdy. Needless to
say the typography and press work is of the highest quality. These books com-
pare most favorably with American art and photography titles selling at 10.00
and 12.50. My special purchase price for each volume-a great bargain ....4,98
111. THIS IS EGYPT 114. THIS IS YUGOSLAVIA
112. THIS IS SPAIN 115. THIS IS ITALY
113. THIS IS FRANCE 116. THIS IS AUSTRIA
117. THIS IS SWITZERLAND
all of these pub. in last 21 years each just 4.98

Mustopha Kemal Attaturk
3. Ray Brock, GHOST ON HORSE-
BACK. Born a rebel, Attaturk rose
to prominence as Turkish general who
won at Gallipoli. (That fomouse long
battle of WW One discussed at great
length here.) Here is the incredible
life story of the founder of modern
Turkey. 4.75 1.59
4. H. St. John Philby, ARABIAN
JUBILEE. A major history of lbn
Sa'ud and of Arabia. No cother Euro-
peon has identified himself so thor-
oughly with things Arabian. 6.00
A bargain 1.98
5. MY MISSION TO SPAIN, Claude
G. Bowers. The former U.S. ambassa-
dor watching the rehearsal for World
War 2. A noted political historian' as
well as an ambassador for 20 years;
here is his dramatic, tragic -book.
Reg. 6.00 1.59
6. Earnest Hooton, YOUNG MAN,-
YOU ARE NORMAL. The entertaining
study of young male animals of the
human species by one of America's
most brilliant anthropologists. 2.50
97a

24. Joseph Wortis, FRAGMENTS
OF AN ANALYSIS WITH FREUD.
A revealing portrait of Freud as a
man and as an analyst. This is
not full of idolatry; it is a viable
study of the personal experiences
of a leading psychiatrist. Sells reg-
ularly at 3.00. This is a real
special 97c

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118. THE FACE OF LONDON, Harold
Clunn. A storehouse of information, a
prodigious volume of over 335,000
words, 650 pages long plus 89 pages
of illustration. Tho not arrsnged like
a "guide book" this is the complete
and competent guide to post-war
Greater London. A gigantic index
makes it invaluable for the traveller,
the student, & the armchair voyager.
An import, pub. in 1951 at 6.00, my
sale special 1.98
119. A FEW GYPSIES, Rupert Croft-
Cooke. Essays on aspects of gypsy lore
and life, each followed by an authen-
tic Romani tale. Illus., 2.50 97c
120. NAGEL'S BLUE GUIDE TO
FRANCE. This is the travel guide. Text
is indEnglish. Over 800 pages. and I
would not begin to count the number
of maps. 1950-51 edition. These
guides sell in this country at from
6.00 to 7.50. My special price is
just 1.98
121. IRELAND: A GUIDE. Like it sez,
this is a splendid guide to Ireland for
the tourist (including arm-chair vari-
ety). 75 fine photos, 3 maps, 2,50.
97c
climbing Mont Blanc
122. T. G. Brown, BRENVA. As
Whymper was possessed by the Mat-
terhorn, so Brown was by the Brenva
face of Mont Blanc, one of the grand-
est and steepest precipices in the Alps.
With 72 great plates, 2 maps, Im-
port, 4.00 1.19

123. Arnold Lunn, THE MOUNTAINS,
OF YOUTH.-Fine writing, good adven-
ture; an accepted classic of Alpine
literature. 18 plates, import, 2.50, 97a
124. THE BRIDGES OF BRITAIN,
Eric De Mare. A comprehensive sur-
vey, a most-handsome, over-sized
book with beautiful typography and
fine paper. This is a very fine item
with 156 illustrations, mostly full-page
plates. An import, regularly about
9.00 2.98
125. THE HEART OF ENGLAND, Ivor
Brown. With ease and literary grace
this born essayist ranges at large over
many aspects of English life and char-
acter. A fulsomely-illustrated British
Heritage volume. Handsome letter-
press and simple binding complement
text and picture. An import, regularly
about 2.75 1.19'
126. SEAS & SHORES OF ENGLAND,
Edmund Vale with a foreword by Quil-
ler-Couch. Heavily-illustrated, includ-
ing a colored frontispiece by Con-
stable. One of- the beautiful British
Heritage books, the title describes the
subject matter. An especially fine book
to give to a discriminating person..Im-
port, 2.75 1.19
127. BRITISH HILLS AND MOUN"
TAINS Another of the illustrious Brit-
ish Heritage series. Illustrations, maps.
Import, about 2.75, sale 1.19

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7. GROUP RELATIONS AT THE
CROSSROADS, edited by Muzofer
Sherif and M. 0. Wilson. Original
papers by 14 distinguished authorities
in psychology, sociology, and human
behavior including Anastasi, Blumer,
Festinger, Gardner Murphy. 1953,
4.00, sale 1.98
S. J. B. Morton, BRUMAIRE: THE
RISE OF BONAPARTE. His fourth
book on the French Revolution, in this
vol. tracing the conspiracy of events
from 1795 and the death of Robes-
pierre thru 4 chaotic years to Napol-
eon's return from Egypt and the
establishment of the Consulate. Im-
port, about 2.75 1.19
9. SOUTH AMERICA CALLED THEM,
Victor W. Von Hagen. The thrilling
history of the explorations of the great
naturalists - Darwin, La Condamine,
Spruce, and Humboldt -- who went
into unknown dangers in a wild land.
Illustrations, 1955, 3.75 1.98
10. THE POWER OF SEX, Dr. F. S.
Coprio. A leading psychiatrist dis-
cusses frankly and simply the influence
of sex on personality from childhood
to old age, and how to develop the
type of sexual relationship that makes
for ideal marriage and family life,
3.00 1.19
11. THE RUSSIAN CHURCH AND
THE SOVIET STATE, John S. Curtiss.
A penetrating study of the Russian
Orthodox church from the fall of the
tsar to the present. 1953, 6.00
My Special Buy 1.98
12. DAVY CROCKETT'S OWN
STORY, as written by himself. A 1955
reprint (with new type and explana-
tory footnotes) of Crockett's auto-
biography to which has been added
several of the speeches he delivered
in Congress. Many illustration in the
the text. A real piece of authentic
Americana; a very attractive volume
of'377 pages. 3.50, sale 1.19
13. D. W. Brogan, THE PRICE OF
REVOLUTION. A brilliant study of
violent chanaes and their efferc

25. THE COLONIAL CRAFTSMAN,
Carl Bridenbaugh. A handsome book,
a thorough study. The craftsman of
the rural north, the rural south, the
urban craftsman, the craftsman as a
citizen, etc. 17 illustrations. 4.25. 1.98
26. MAHARANI, THE STORY OF AN
INDIAN PRINCESS, by Brinda, Ma-
harani of Kapurthala. 16 pages of
photos. 1954 pub. at 3.50, sale 97c
27. CRIME AND PSYCHOLOGY,
Claud Mullins with intro. by Edward
Glover. Solid study of pioneering work
in using help of medical psychologists
in treatment of criminals. Published
by Methuen in Britain, 250 pps., about
2.25 97c
28. Francis Williams ERNEST BEVIN.
A well - written biography about
famed Labor leader, political figure,
and Foreign Secretary. Much fasci-
nating material including Bevin's im-
pressions of and relations with Stalin,
Molotov, Truman, Lloyd George,
Chamberlain, Churchill, the War Cab-
inet, etc. Intro by Attlee. An import,
about 5.00, special 97c

29. Robert Payne, ZERO-THE
STORY OF TERRORISM. Do not
be misled by my bargain price, this
is an important, erudite study of
the philosophy and practice of ni-
hilism over the past 100 years with
much about Bakhunin (and Marx),
Hitler and Himmler, the Russian
Revolutionaries from Herzen to
Stalin, including Lenin and Trot-
sky. Import, 2.75, bargain ._59c

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30. Jay Monaghan's biography of
THE GREAT RASCAL: THE EXPLOITS
QF THE AMAZING NED BUNTLINE.
King of the dime novelists, Buffalo
Bill's promoter, soldier, sportsman,
western trader, roue, political manipu-
lqtor, adventurer extraordinary. 4.50
Bob Marshall's price 1.19
31. ON HUMAN FINERY, Quentin
Bell. A piece of curiosa with many an
aside in the serious direction of Thor-
stein Veblen and Conspicuous Con-
sumption & Waste. All kinds of un-
usual theories about fashion and mode
in dress, plus 16 plates, 4 in color.
2.75 1.19
32. WINSTON CHURCHILL, a most
excellent "informal study of great-
ness" by Robert Lewis Taylor, writer
of many "Profiles" forthe "New
Yorker." A big, 441-page biog. 9
plates," 4.50 1.19
33. Jules Michelet, SATANISM AND
WITCHCRAFT. A classic study in
medieval superstition. 3.00 1.19
34. Compton Mackenzie, T H E
WINDSOR TAPESTRY. A study of the
life, heritage, and abdication of His
Royal Highness, the Duke of Windsor.
591 pages, import, about 3.50. My
special 1.19
35. WITCHCRAFT TODAY, G. B.
Gardner, with introduction by Marga-
ret Murray. 1955, 4.00 1.98
36. H. J. Duteil, THE GREAT AM-
ERICAN PARADE. The strange por-
trait, withal a challenging and stim-
ulating one, of America that Europe
accepts. 1953, reg. 3.75, Bob Mar-
shall's sale 1.19
37. JACK LONDON: AMERICAN
REBEL. A collection of his social writ-
ings together with an extensive study
of the man by Philip Foner. Reg. 3.50,
sol 1.98 O

THE ARTS
48. THE SHAKESPEAREAN SCENE.
Herbert Farjeon. Written for the "man
on the street" (tho of real value for
the specialist) here are the shrewd,
brilliant reflections of an astute Brit-
ish critic with a "fine ear" for Shake-
speare and a "keen eye" for the per-
formances of Edith Evans, Olivier,
Gielgud et. al. Import, Regularly 2.50,
Bob Marshall's sale 1.19
49. THE GLOBE RESTORED. A study
of the Elizabethan Theatre by C. Wal-
ter Hodges. A brilliantly, profusely il-
lustrated work on the stage at the
time of Shakespeare. 1953, 7.50, 2.98
50. SURVEY OF.AMERICAN PAINT-
ING. A very plush catalog for an ex-
hibit at Carnegie Institute. Paper cov-
ers. Has 136 full-page black-and-
white plates, lots of text replete with
biographical information, long criti-
cal essay by Homer Saint-Gaudens,
etc. Special purchase 69c
51. ENGLISH CHURCH CRAFTS-
MANSHIP, F. H. Crossley. An intro-
duction to the work of the medieval
period and some account of later de-
velopments. Very generously illus-
trated, some color. A British Heritage
vol., 2.75 1.19
52. Alex Comfort, ART AND SOCIAL
RESPONSIBILITY. Import, 1.75 59c
53. NINETEENTH CENTURY AR-
CHITECTURE IN BRITAIN, R. Tur-
nor. Heavily illustrated, 126 plates,
mostly full-page, plus 8 illustrations
in the text. Import, 5.00 1.19
54. Frederick Dorian, THE MUSICAL
WORKSHOP. How the great compo-
sers created their music from the first
inspirational vision to the finished
score. What occurred in the composer's
world of sounds to inspire his work?
What went on in Beethoven's inner
workshop that finally resulted in the
Eroica or the Ninth? Regularly 4.00-
my sale 1.19
55. EDWARD ELGAR, a study and bi-
ography of the composer by Mrs. Rich-
ard Powell. Many plates, 2.50 __59c
56. Nicholas Nabokov, OLD FRIEDS
AND NEW MUSIC. An American
composer of Russian origin writes of
his famous friends-Niinsky, Diaghi-
ev, Derain, Koussevitzsky, Prokofiev,
Massine, Balanchine, and many oth-
ers. 4.50 1.19
PHILOSOPHY
& RELIGION
61. THE BABYLONIAN TALMUD, a
full cross-section selection from the
entire 63 books, translated by Leo
Auerbach. 286 pages. 4.00 ®1.98
62. Giovanni Popini, THE DEVIL.
Once again this brilliant, unconven-
tional, and eminently readable Catho-
lic writes on a theme of vital signifi-
cance: the role of the Devil in divine
and human affairs. The author's long
interest in the problem of evil flowers
in this, his final book on this theme.
1954, 3.75, sale 1.19
64. Alfred North Whitehead, ESSAYS
IN' SCIENCE AND PHILOSOPHY. A
cross-current from the career of a
clistinguished philosopher-perennial
philosophic problems, the meaning
and future of learning, basic theories
in the science of mathematics. Regu-
larly 4.75, my sale 2.49
66. A. E. Bennett, RENDER UNTO
CAESAR. Unusual study of religion in-
cluding Hinduism, Buddhism, the
problem of evil, occultism, ancient
Greek thought, Judaism, etc. as the
author works his way to a mystical
and individual Christianity. Import,
3.50 97c
68. Christopher Sykes, TWO STUD-
IES IN VIRTUE. The author's fasci-
nation with revolutionary and whole-
hearted devotion to an ideal mani-
fests itself in this most unusual study
of (a) Zionism, and (b) the Rever-
end Richard Sibthorp, a friend of New-
man whose religious sincerity, caught
in the vortex of controversy, changed
his faith between Anglicanism and
Catholicism no less than 5 times. Im-

88. Richard Wright, BLACK POWER.
His visit to the African Gold Coast.
1954, regularly 4.00, special -1.19
89. Gerald Heard, THE RIDDLE OF
THE FLYING SAUCERS - IS AN-
OTHER WORLDWATCHING? Import.
A Special Price 1.98
THE PLEASURES OF LIFE
Here is a handsome British series,
designed to illumine great human
.pleasures, each written by a dis-
tinguishedmauthority. A lot of his-
tory, some essay, no little wit.
Bound in cream buckram with an
average of 16 plates, half in color
- reproductions by great (and
some lesser-known) artists. About
250 pages per vol., these delight-
ful books make marvelous gifts,
among other things. Imported.
92. DRINK, Andre Simon
93. .GARDENS, .William .Beach
Thomas
94. THEATRE, Harold Hobson
95. WOMEN, C. Willett Cunning
ton
96. GOLF, Bernard Darwin
97. CLOTHES, James Laver
regularly $5.00
SALE SPECIAL, Each $1.98
90. Sid Hoff, OKAY - YOU CAN
LOOK NOW! Cartoons, reg. 1.25, 59c
91. WORDS FAIL ME! A brand new
colection of captionless cartoons -
clever, racy, droll. 2.00 _____9
4c each-
any 3for $100
AA. John Arlott edits this fine
anthology of contemporary British
poets, including Aldington, Betje-
man, Blunden, Campbell, C. Day
Lewis, MacNiece, Plomer, Edith
Sitwell, Spender, Dylan Thomas,
and many others. A splendid selec-
tion but salewise it fell on its face
because the title is FIRST TIME IN
AMERICA. While the title is ac-
curate (none of these, poems ap-
peared here before) neither the
title nor the jacket copy really tell
about the book nor give its "feel."
Because sale flopped I can offer as
a Bob Marshall find this 3.00 book
at a really unusual bargain 49
BB. Claren'ce King, YOUR COM-
MUNITY IN ACTION. An ex-
cellent guidebook for everyone who
ever serves or leads a committee.
1952, 2.00 ________49c
CC. THE GOSPEL OF ST. MARK,
translated by Edward Vernon di-
rectly from the Greek into simple,
straightforward English and printed
as a continuous narrative. 2.00,
sale 49c
DD. Col. S. L. A. Marshall ISLAND
VICTORY. Publ. in 1945 by the
Infantry Journal, it marks a new
method of writing accounts of mili-
tary action using "the interview
after combat." Here is the gra-
phic, illustrated story of the im-
portant battle for Kwajalein Atoll
as seen by the men who fought
it, Out-of-print 49c
EE. JOB HORIZONS, A Yale
Labor & Management Center study
of job satisfaction & labor mobility.
Why do people- change their jobs?
1949, 2.25 ________49c
FF. NEW SCHOOLS. FOR A NEW
CULTURE, an action program by
democratic education by MacCon-
nell, Melby, Arndt, and Bishop.
Revised, 1953 ed. Reg. 3.00, spe-
cial 49c
GG. PICTURES OF EVERYDAY
LIFE. Genre painting in Europe,
1500-1900. An attractive stiff-
paper bound volume of over 85
black-and-white prints. 49c
HH. Paul Mazur, THE STAND-
ARDS WE RAISE. A noted econo-
mist, business writer, and financial

A PLEASANT
MISCELLANY

LITERATURE &
BELLES LETTRES
71. Witter Bynner, JOURNEY WITH
GENIUS: Recollections & Reflections
Concerning the D. H. Lawrences. A
critical study of the highest order in-
terwoven with a tale of a long friend-
ship. Import, about 4.00 1.50
72. Nikos Kazantzakis, THE GREEK
PASSION. A new novel by the author
of Zorba the Greek. 4.00 59c
73. RUSSIAN LITERATURE FROM
PUSHKIN TO PRESENT DAY, a study
by Richard Hare. Import, 2.00 _97c
74. Boudelaire, Rimbaud, Verlaine
SELECTED VERSE AND PROSE PO-
EMS. 352 pages, reg. 3.00, sale 1.98
75. Lafcadio Hearn, THE SELECTED
WRITINGS. 3 complete books-CHI-
TA, SOME CHINESE GHOSTS, KWAI-
DAN, & many other stories and es-
says. Malcolm Cowley intro. 574
pages, 4.00 1.59
76. Derek Stanford, DYLAN THOM-
AS. The myth and the man, the po-
ems, his prose and drama, a selected
bibliography. 1954, regularly 3.59, my
special price 1.98

EXTRA BONUS-69c each or 2 for $1.09

a novel by Allan Seager
77. AMOS BERRY, a major 376-
page novel by University of Michi-
gan professor of creative writing.
As far as I'm concerned this is by
all odds the best novel written in
1953, and I am proud to commend
it in the strongest terms. A novel
of action couched against a philo-
sophic quest for individual and so-
cial meaning in the de-personal-
ized mid-20th Century . . . but
with characterization like Dickens
or Turgenev. Regularly 3.95 -
A Bob Marshall Special 59c

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132. HIGH GREEN AND THE BARK
PEELERS, R. M. Neal. The complete
story-from engine cab- to round-
house--of the inner workings of a
railroad, the Boston & Maine, by a
real rr. fan. Has the liveliness and
zest of a youngster reporting a ball
game. 3.50 69c
133. Robert Graves, HOMER'S
DAUGHTER. With his vast and bril-
liant talent goes a superb classical
knowledge.. Published just last year
at 3.95, this is a very unusual bar-
gain opportunity 69c
134. IS THERE A REPUBLICAN
MAJORITY? Political trends: 1925-
56 as viewed by Louis Harris, Re-
search Exec. with the Elmo Roper
Organization. Estimate of current &
future political forces, leaning heav-
ily on poll-taking technique. Fore-
word by Lazarsfeld and Stouffer.
1954, 3.50, sale 69c

YOU MAY COMBINE ANY TWO
SALE BOOKS PRICED AT 1.19 EACH
AND GET THEM (With Our Blessing)
AT AN EVEN LOWER PRICE-
JUST $2.00

with special attention to the Amer-
ican, Russian and French Revolu-
tions. Brogan is Professor of Politi-
cal Science at Cambridge. Reg.
3.50, my special 97c
14. Werner Wolff, PERSONALITY
OF THE PRE-SCHOOL CHILD. A
comprehensive study. At the theoreti-
cal level, much of great value on the
child's search for his self. At the
practical level, much on education,
guidance, personality diagnosis. A
major work in this field. An import,
about 5.00, my special 1.98
15. OUT OF RED CHINA, Liu Show-
Tong. Amazing revelations of inner
workings of Communist China. First
book by a Chinese who lived thru it
and escaped. Intro, by Dr.Hu Shih.
1953, 4.50 1.19

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78. THE ART OF SIMENON, Thomas
Narcejac. Remarkable insight in his
development as a novelist, import 97c
79. Roger du Gard, RECOLLECTIONS
OF ANDRE GIDE. 2.75, sale __1.19
80. DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN
LITERATURE, ed. by Robert Richards.
Concise reference for general reader,
260 pages plus 23 plates. Reg. 5.00,
sale 2.98
98. ANTHOLOGY OF WINE, ed. by
Jean Mowat, foreword by Andre L.
Simon. A rather charming anthology
of short pieces and poems on wine.
Illustrated. An import, about 2.00 97c
81. APOLLINAIRE TO ARAGON; 30
MODERN FRENCH POETS, translated
with an introductory essay by W. J.
Strachan. Import, 2.00 97c
82. APHRA BEHN, by Emily Hahn,
whose sharp powers of characteriza-
tion and ability to treat affectionately
but satirically the foibles of human
nature were never more apparent
than in this lively story of Aphra Behn,
the first woman in England to make
her living by her pen. Import, 2.75,
sale 1.19
83. Arturo Barea, THE FORGE. A
writer of genius tells with the stamp
of artistic truth of his youth in Spain
when a rebel was forged. George Or-
well wrote: "He is one of the most
valuable of the literary acquisitions
that England has made as a result of
Fascist persecutions." Import, about
2.25 97c
84. George Lamming
IN THE CASTLE OF MY SKIN
The sensitive, imaginative self-por-
trait of a boy growing to young
manhood on the island of Barbados
in the West Indies. A native of
Barbados, Lamming's writing is ex-
traordinary and he has received un-
usual critical praise for a young
writer. This is the American edi-
tion witha preface by Richard
Wright. Regularly 3.75 ___59c
85. Siegfried Sasson. MEREDITH. A
discriminating a n d comprehensive
study of the life & writings of Mere-
dith. Reg. 3.00 1.19
86. Michael Sadleir, TROLLOPE. A

135. Dale Kramer, TEEN-AGE
GANGS. Introduction by Senator Es-
tes Kefouver. Poignant, terrifying
story of three teen-age boys and the
gangs they lead, the stories based on
fact; the boys are composite charac-
ters made up of information from
the files of social agencies, etc. 1953,
3.00, an unusual bargain 69c
136. BONDS OF ORGANIZATION,
by E. Wight Bakke, Director of Yale's
Labor-Management Center. An ap-
praisal of corporate human relations
thru systematic study of a large com-
pany made with approval of both un-
ion and management. What about
status, communication, rewards &
penalties, and the efficiency of these
"bonds of organization?" Very im-
portant work on the structure of hu-
man relations. Regularly 4.00, my
special 69c
137. H. L. Wells, HIGHER EDUCA-.
TION IS SERIOUS BUSINESS. Study
of university business management in
relation to higher education by vice-
pres. of Northwestern, '53, 3.50 69c

138. Floyd W. Reeves, EDUCATION
FOR RURAL AMERICA. As the title
sez. Univ. of Chicago, 4.00 -- 69c
139. Will H. Hays, Jr., DRAGON
WATCH. A long novel, 821 pages,
story of conflict between youth and
institutionalized prejudice and fam-
ily pride. 1954, 4.95,sale __69c
140. RELIGIOUS VALUES IN ED-
UCATION. Ward Madden. With the
emphasis on the world "values" this
is a unique, creative approach to the
ways teachers in public education
can give spiritual meaning and vi-
tality to their teaching. 3.00 _-69c
141. JOUR14EY FOR OUR TIME, the
journals of the Marquis de Custine.
A revealing picture of Russia-past,
present, future. This prophetic book
written more than 100 years ago is
banned in the USSR today. Reads like
Koestler, Silone, Gide! Import, 3.50,
just 69c
142. EDUCATION IN THE HU-
MANE COMMUNITY, Joseph K.
Hart. An able exponent of progres-
sive education writes on the nature
of the community and communal
life/vis-a-vis educational problems
and procedures. Regularly $3. 69c
143. M. Whiffen, STUART & GEOR-
GIAN CHURCHES: 1603 ,- 1837.
About 100 full-page plates plus in-
numerable illustrations in the text.
The price is a misnomer, this is a
handsome volume and an important
work in architectural history. But it's
sale time at Bob Marshall's, so here's
an absurdly-low bargain 69c
144. MIND, SCHOOL, CIVILIZA-
TION, John Macdonald. A "tradi-
tionalist" speaks out for basic values
in education. Univ. of Chicago Press,
1952, 3.00 69c
145. Louis Bromfield, A NEW PAT-
TERN FOR A TIRED WORLD. A
down to earth solution for the trou-
bles of our time as seen by the ir-
rascible and provocative Mr. B.
Publ. in 1954 at 3.75, just ..69c

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201. MR. PRESIDENT
The personal diaries, private letters, papers and revealing interviews
of HARRY S. TRUMAN, by William Hillman: An historic book, not a
"glimpse behind the scenes" but a genuine personal & political revelation.
In candid, forthright terms Mr. Truman tells what it means to be President
of the U.S., and does so while still in'the White House!
Some scouting discovered a few stray copies of the British edition
with the same text and extensive photography as the now completely
OP American ed. which sold at 5.00. The British edition
sells regularly at about 4.35.1
Here's a real Bob Marshall find on a now out-of-print
volume becoming a collector's item

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16. Siegfried Fischer, PRINCIPLES
OF GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY. An in-
terpretation of the theoretical founda-
tions of psychopathological concepts.
Published at 4.75, my special _...1.98
17. A COMBINE OF AGGRESSION,

38. Lewis Montaigne, THE ORI-
GINS AND NATURE OF MAR-
RIAGE. An inquiry into the devel-
opment of our marriage customs
and our sexuol behavior patterns,

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