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1 McHard, James L. Future of Modern Music, the : A Vibrant New Modernism in Music for the Future (1st Edition, Signed)
Salt Lake City: American University & College Press; 2001 1930586248 / 9781930586246 First Edition Softcover Near Fine Signed by Author
388 pages; 8vo (8") 21 cm; Softcover, 388 pages, index, extensive bibliography. Inside front cover warmly inscribed and dated 6-16-01 and SIGNED by author, Jim McHard. ; Written by freelance composer of experimental music, French horn player in Detroi symphony, lecturer on music history at University of Michigan. Foreword by Gerald Pape. Complete subtitle: 'A Vibrant New Modernism in Music for the Future, Modernism Redefined and Reassessed in a Philosophical Examination of Music's Potential for the Future.' ; Only a touch of wear. No marks apart from autograph. No sign of ever having been read. 
Price: 70.00 USD
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2 Minaudo, Loreena Mary Cry for Education, a : (My Life with Cerebral Palsy)
N. Y. : Vantage Press; 1995 0533115264 / 9780533115266 Softcover Near Fine 
90 pages; 8vo (8") 21 cm; White and black patterned covers, [xi] + 81 pages, 12 b/w photos. ; Copyright 1992, 1995. Memoirs of growing up with cerebral palsy from Michigan woman who went on to earn college degree and offers insights into 'what works in special education and what doesn't.' ; Only a touch of shelfwear. No marks, no creases. 
Price: 5.00 USD
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3 Rich, Wilbur C. Black Mayors and School Politics : The Failure of Reform in Detroit, Gary, and Newark
N. Y. : Garland Publishing Company; 1996 0815323409 / 9780815323402 Softcover Very Good 
240 pages; 8vo (8.5") 22 cm; Softcover, [xiii] + 221 pages, index, chapter endnotes, several charts and graphs. ; The politics of public education in the inner city. 'The author examines school reform efforts in three American cities and notes that school board members, central administrative staffs, school activists, and teacher union leaders can be formidable opponents to reform. The rise of black mayors has altered the governing dynamics of American cities, but mayors have not been able to break the opposition'. ; Book shows only minor wear, but from page xi to page 34 there are many pencil marks and margin notes, all fairly small and light. ; Garland Reference Library of Social Science Series; Vol. 1048 
Price: 5.00 USD
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