Martyr by Choice

Lumumba Speaks: The Speeches and Writings of Patrice Lumumba 1958-1961

edited by Jean Van Lierde, translated by Helen Lane, with an Introduction by Jean-Paul Sartre

Can We Afford Sliced Eggplant?

The Retreat from Riches: Affluence and Its Enemies

by Peter Passell and Leonard Ross

Animal Liberation

Animals, Men and Morals

edited by Stanley Godlovitch, edited by Roslind Godlovitch, edited by John Harris

French History: The Case of the Wandering Eye

Reactions to the French Revolution

by Richard Cobb

The Police and the People: French Popular Protest 1789-1820

by Richard Cobb

A Second Identity: Essays on France and French History

by Richard Cobb

Crimes et criminalité en France sous I'Ancien Régime, 17e-18e siècles

by A. Abbiateci and F. Billacois and Y. Bongert and N. Castan and Y. Castan and P. Petrovitch

Les Hommes et la mort en Anjou aux 17e et 18e siècles

by François Lebrun

Vision de la mort et de l'au-delà en Provence d'après les autels des âmes du purgatoire, XVe-XXe siècles

by Gaby Vovelle and Michel Vovelle

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Touch and Go

Groups, Gimmicks, and Instant Gurus

by William R. Coulson

The Pit

by Gene Church and Conrad D. Carnes

After the Czech “New Wave”

All the Bright Young Men and Women: A Personal History of the Czech Cinema

by Josef Skvorecky

Political Grouping in the Czechoslovak Reform Movement

by Vladimir V. Kusin

Reform Rule in Czechoslovakia: The Dubcek Era 1968-1969

by Galia Golan

Franco and the Duchess

My Prison

by the Duchess of Medina Sidonia

Short Reviews

The Case for Black Reparations

by Boris I. Bittker

A Piece of Truth

by Amalia Fleming

Days of Sadness, Years of Triumph: The American People 1939-1945

by Geoffrey Perrett

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