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Construction Industry in Communist China

by Chao, Kang

Condition: Ex-Library, else Good+/No Jacket


Chicago: Aldine Publishing Company, 1968. Ex-Library, but still sound and nearly VG otherwise; with usual university library ownership and discard marks, pocket and bar code to endpaper; spine catalog label removed. Minor general wear and a little sunfading to spine otherwise; text still well bound and else clean. Original American-issue book, in publisher's red cloth over boards. No dust jacket.. First American Edition. Hard Cover. Ex-Library, else Good+/No Jacket. Octavo.




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