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Liz Laidler

Published by David & Charles, Newton Abbot (1982)

ISBN 10: 0715380699 ISBN 13: 9780715380697

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About this Item: David & Charles, Newton Abbot, 1982. Green Cloth. Condition: Near Fine (NEAR NEW). Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine (NEAR NEW). Black & White & Colour Illustrations Throughout (illustrator). First Edition. POSTED AT OUR STANDARD RATES! (UK ONLY).Please Email for further details. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾". "Mr & Mrs N.H Creber" Sticker. HARDBACK. Seller Inventory # 566023

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Up the Valley. 'Memoirs of Nowt but: Laidler, Lorna

Laidler, Lorna

Published by Lorwil Publishing, Killingworth (2006)

ISBN 10: 0954647505 ISBN 13: 9780954647506

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About this Item: Lorwil Publishing, Killingworth, 2006. Green hardback cloth cover. Reprint. 160pp. B/w photographs and drawings within the text. Signed by author on title page. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Seller Inventory # j6929aa

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Walling, William E.& Laidler, Harry

Published by N.Y. Holt 1917 (1917)

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About this Item: N.Y. Holt 1917, 1917. Hard Cover. First edition. 649pp. Interior very good. Small tear on backstrip, which is also frayed at the top. 'Official Documents and Other Authoritative Selections - Showing the World Wide Replacement of Private by Governmental Industry before and during the War - With a chapter on Municipal Socialism by Evans Clark'. Presentation copy signed by "Editor Number II" (Laidler). (loc 956). Seller Inventory # 002685

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SOCIAL-ECONOMIC MOVEMENTS: LAIDLER, Harry W.

LAIDLER, Harry W.

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About this Item: 1944. LAIDLER, Harry W. SOCIAL-ECONOMIC MOVEMENTS: AN HISTORICAL AND COMPARATIVE SURVEY OF SOCIALISM, COMMUNISM, CO-OPERATION, UTOPIANISM; AND OTHER SYSTEMS OF REFORM AND RECONSTRUCTION. NY: Thomas Y. Crowell, [1944]. 8vo., red cloth stamped in gilt. First Edition. Signed presentation by Laidler on front endpaper, to author Van Wyck Brooks: "To Van Wyck Brooks, with the regards and admiration of Harry W. Laidler. October, 1944." Very Good. $75.00. Seller Inventory # 49902

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Laidler, P.W. and M. Gelfand

Published by Cape Town, Struik, 1971 (1971)

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About this Item: Cape Town, Struik, 1971, 1971. First Edition. Signed. LIMITED NUMBERED EDITION 944/2000. Near fine in a fine dust jacket. Message on front free endpaper. Spotless gilt on leatherette boards with as shiny dust jacket. A lovely copy. Rare. Africana. Hardback. With dj. Seller Inventory # 63173

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Laidler, David

Published by Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1999)

ISBN 10: 052164173X ISBN 13: 9780521641739

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About this Item: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good+. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Hardcover; 380 pages. Signed by David Laidler on ffep. Blue cloth hardcovers with gilt titles on spine. Bar-code sticker on back cover. Very slight skew to binding. The pages are white, flat, unmarked. VERY GOOD+. By Author. Seller Inventory # 217204

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Social-Economic Movements. [Signed / Inscribed Association copy: Hatta, Mohammad /

About this Item: London, Routledge & Kegan Paul., 1949. 23 cm. XX, 828 pages. Illustrations, including 16 unnumbered pages of plates and potraits in black and white. Original hardcover. Very good condition with only very minor signs of external wear. Inscribed by Mohammad Hatta "Aan myn vriend Sam Koperberg ter herinnering aan eijn .af 16 September 1954 - HATTA". [International library of sociology and social reconstruction (Routledge & Kegan Paul)]. Mohammad Hatta (About this sound listen (help info); 12 August 1902 14 March 1980) was Indonesia's first vice president, later also serving as the country's prime minister. Known as "The Proclamator", he and a number of Indonesians, including the first president of Indonesia, Sukarno, fought for the independence of Indonesia from the Dutch. Hatta was born in Fort De Kock, West Sumatra, Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia). After his early education, he studied in Dutch schools in the Dutch East Indies and studied in the Netherlands from 1921 until 1932. Mohammad Hatta is often remembered as Bung Hatta (according to author Pramoedya Ananta Toer, "bung" is an affectionate title meaning "friend," used to be a way of addressing a person in a familiar way, as an alternative to the old-form "tuan", "mas" or "bang"). Hatta was born in Fort De Kock (now known as Bukittinggi) on 12 August 1902 into a prominent and strongly Islamic family. His grandfather was a respected ulema in Batuhampar, near Payakumbuh. His father, Haji Mohammad Djamil, died when he was eight months old and he was left with his six sisters and his mother. As in the matrilineal society of Minangkabau tradition, he was then raised in his mother's family. His mother's family was wealthy, and Hatta was able to study Dutch as well as finishing Qur'an after school. He went to the Dutch language elementary school (ELS or Europeesche Lagere School) in Padang from 1913 to 1916 after he had finished Sekolah Melayu ('Malay School') in Bukittinggi. When he was thirteen, he passed an exam that entitled him to enroll in the Dutch secondary school (HBS or Hogere burgerschool) in Batavia (now Jakarta). However his mother asked him to stay in Padang because he was still too young to go to the capital alone. Hatta then entered junior secondary school or MULO (Meer Uitgebreid Lager Onderwijs). During his spare time, he worked part-time in a post office. Normally, MULO students were not allowed to work, but he was able to work there because of the HBS exam qualification. Hatta was interested in football; he joined his school's football team and was made its chairman. He broadened his sphere of contacts by using his position. Hatta used to visit the office of the Sarikat Usaha (United Endeavor), led by Taher Marah Soetan. In the office, he read Dutch newspapers, particularly about political debates in the Volksraad (parliament) of the Dutch East Indies. It was at the age of sixteen that Hatta began to be interested in politics and national movements. He was chosen the treasurer of the branch of the Jong Sumatranen Bond (or youth association of Sumatra), which was first established in Padang in 1918. On 18 August 1945, Hatta was selected as Indonesia's first vice president by the PPKI to accompany Sukarno, who had been elected as the nation's first president. Hatta would make three important decisions in the republic's early days. In October, Hatta gave the Central National Committee of Indonesia (KNIP) legislative powers in addition to its advisory role to the president. In the same month, Hatta also authorized the formation of political parties in Indonesia. The next month, in November, Hatta also made the decision which took away the president's role as Head of Government and transferred it to a prime minister. Hatta was able to make these crucial decisions because Sukarno was unable to attend the meetings in question, leaving Hatta in charge. For his part, Sukarno did not seem to have a problem with Hatta's decisions, at least not during the War of Independence. When the Dutch began sending t. Seller Inventory # 44784AB

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