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An individually bound copy of an article in a journal or science communication
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The book also re-prints two stories from ONE COUNTRY: an account of efforts at the Dorothy Baker Environmental Studies Center in Bolivia to encourage the use of solar-heated greenhouses on the Andean altiplano and a story about the Ruaha Secondary School in Tanzania with its "self-reliance program" that emphasizes "practical experience in agriculture.
Under Marsden's ownership GAY was rechristened Gay International and the editorial balance shifted in favour of photographic portraits (many taken in the basement of the family home in Middletown, PA); more risque fare, including anonymous articles about inter-generational sexual attraction; more eye-catching cover art, and re-prints of American material.
Mr Lang said he was amazed that very few of the blunders were corrected in re-prints.
Old pits, forgotten quarries and demolished factories are shown in their original locations on Alan Godfrey's re-prints of historic maps.
It's just the club scrapped them and ordered re-prints.
The volume also re-prints various texts from relevant Church documents.