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Author Name    Miner, Valerie and Helen E. Longino (eds.)

Title   Competition, A Feminist Taboo?

Binding   Trade Paperback

Book Condition   Very Good

Publisher   New York The Feminist Press 1987

ISBN Number    0935312749 / 9780935312744

Seller ID   031307

Very good paperback

Price = 13.00 USD


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