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December
The Sound of the City: The Rise of Rock and Roll - Charlie GillettThis comprehensive study of the rise of rock and roll from 1954 to 1971 has now been expanded with close to 100 illustrations as well as a new introduction, recommended listening section, and bibliography.
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December
New Testament Greek - Joint Association of Classical TeachersThis book provides the ideal introduction to the New Testament in Greek for students with only the most basic knowledge of Greek. It presents a selection of substantial extracts, with vocabulary, some grammatical help and brief introductions setting the various authors in context. At the end there is a checklist of about 350 of the commonest New Testament words, but all other words are printed as they occur. It is particularly suitable as a follow-on textbook for students who have learned Greek using Wenham's The Elements of New Testament Greek. Also available... The Elements of New Testament
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December
Economics - R. Glenn Hubbard, Anthony Patrick O'Brien""Still Keeping it Real and More Accessible Than Ever!""Hubbard & O'Brien keeps it real in the third edition with updated examples, data, and end-of-chapter problems, providing the most up-to-date discussion on the recession/financial crisis and the monetary and fiscal policy response. ""Hubbard & O'Brien is the only book that motivates students to learn economics through real business examples.""The #1 question students of economics ask themselves is: "Why am I here, and will I ever use this?" Hubbard/O'Brien answer this question by demonstrating that real businesses use economics to make
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December
Family Politics: The Idea of Marriage in Modern Political Thought - Scott YenorWith crisp prose and intellectual fairness, Family Politics traces the treatment of the family in the philosophies of leading political thinkers of the modern world. What is family? What is marriage? In an effort to address contemporary society's disputes over the meanings of these human social institutions, Scott Yenor carefully examines a roster of major and unexpected modern political philosophers--from Locke and Rousseau to Hegel and Marx to Freud and Beauvoir. He lucidly presents how these individuals developed an understanding of family in order to advance their goals of political and