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  1. I Love Female Orgasm

    I Love Female Orgasm

    An Extraordinary Orgasm Guide

    Marshall Miller

    $16.99

    Whether you're celebrating your thousandth female orgasm, searching for your first, or cheering on your girlfriend or partner, women and men across the country agree: I Love Female Orgasm! I...

  2. The Modern School Movement

    The Modern School Movement

    Anarchism And Education In The United States

    Paul Avrich

    $24.95

    Based on extensive interviews with fomer pupils and teachers, this Pulitzer Prize-nominated work is a seminal and important investigation into the potential of educational alternatives. Between...

  3. Field Day

    Field Day

    Getting Society Out Of School

    Matt Hern

    $19.00

    Does institutionalizing our children for 6 hours a day, 5 days a week, really bring out the best in them? In this provocative new book, Matt Hern argues that there are effective alternatives to...

  4. The Blue Cow and Her Fantastic Exploits

    The Blue Cow and Her Fantastic Exploits

    John Olday

    $14.95

    A wonderfully illustrated children's book, which is, both by the brilliance of the drawings and the surrealism of the text, surely even more fascinating to adults than to their offspring. A...

  5. The New Radicals in the Multiversity

    The New Radicals in the Multiversity

    And Other SDS Writings on Student Syndicalism

    Carl Davidson

    $20.00

    During the late 1960s, when students all over American were practicing direct democracy on campus by waging massive student strikes and taking over their university buildings, the three essays...

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