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Abacus and the Sword

Abacus and the Sword - 95 edition

Abacus and the Sword (ISBN10: 0520213610; ISBN13: 9780520213616)
ISBN13: 978-0520213616
ISBN10: 0520213610

This edition has also been released as:
ISBN13: 978-0520086142
ISBN10: 0520086147

Edition/Copyright: 95
Cover: Paperback
Publisher: University of California Press
Published: 04/24/1998
International: No

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4-24-98 Paperback VERY GOOD Crisp, clean, unread paperback with light shelfwear to the covers and a publisher's mark to one edge-Nice! 1.5.
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Berkeley 1998 Paperback NF Trade softcover in black and reddish-brown wraps with 1910 illustration from "Tokyo Puck" to front, 8vo. xiv + 480pp. Index, bibliograhy, footnotes throughout. NF to Fine ...show more. Mild foxing just beginning to opage edges with smudge to mid page fore edges; light bump/curl to tip of lower corner rear wrap. Else as new: tight, sharp and umarked. Neither ex-lib nor remainder. ...show less
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Berkeley and Los Angeles 1998 Trade Paperback Near Fine. No Jacket-Wraps 8vo-over 7?"-9?" tall. 480pp/illus/map. Every attempt at increasing Japanese political influence licensed new opportunities f ...show moreor trade, and each new push for Japanese economic interests buttressed, and sometimes justified, further political advances. The sword was the servant of the abacus, the abacus the agent of the sword. Clean. ...show less
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