Fair. Good copy for reading, may have heavy page wear with writing textual notes highlighting or be an heavily used ex library copy with library markings, stickers or stamps. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
Very Good. 0061319112 This trade sized paperback book is in between very good & good condition! ! Some creasing of the spine. Standard signs of wear from reading. Page edges have tanned a bit due to aging. SMOKE FREE HOME! Do not settle for worn, torn, throwaways. Pay a few pennies more for a nice copy!
Osborn, Robert C. (illustrator) Good. No Jacket. 5.5"x8" This soft cover book has a white cover with black and red lettering on the front and spine of the cover. There is highlighting within the book and there is a sticker remnant on the front of the cover. A book about the government and foriegn policy. 231 indexed pages.
Robert C. Osborn. Good. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Previous Dealer Markings (Hole Punched in Upper Right Corner of First Few Pages); Previous Owner Markings (Highlighting); Light Creasing on Front, Rear Covers; Front, Rear Covers, Spine Lightly Chipped; Moderate Sticker Pull to Front Cover; Edges Lightly Soiled; Slight Yellowing Due to Age. BOOK NUMBER: TB 1911. COVER DESIGN BY: Robert C. Osborn. CONTENTS: Acknowledgment; Foreword by Senator Edward M. Kennedy; Introduction; CHAPTER 1 Think First About Their Decisions; CHAPTER 2 Give Them a Yesable Proposition; CHAPTER 3 Making Threats Is Not Enough; CHAPTER 4 Ask for a Different Decision; CHAPTER 5 Improve What Happens to Them if They Are Good; CHAPTER 6 Make the Most of Legitimacy; CHAPTER 7 Law and Legal Institutions May Help; CHAPTER 8 As It Looks to the Hard-Working Bureaucrat; CHAPTER 9 What Can an Outsider Do? ; ADDENDUM An Example; Index. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Roger Fisher is a Professor of Law at Harvard University. His major field is international law. He has concentrated his attention on the relationship between law and governmental conduct, teaching seminars and courses with such names as Legal Method in International Disputes, The Relevance of International Law, Enforcing International Law, and United Nations Law and Problems of World Order. He is on the Board of Trustees of the Hudson Institute and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, of the Executive Council of the American Society of International Law, and of the Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. He is a consultant on international security affairs to the Department of Defense and an associate editor for The Journal of Conflict Resolution. He has published a number of articles dealing with arms control, international law and conflict. He is editor and a co-author of the book, International Conflict and Behavioral Science-The Craigville Papers (Basic Books, 1964). Over the past twenty years, while in private practice and while teaching at Harvard, he has advised various foreign governments with respect to international disputes. He has recently been legal adviser to the Government of Anguilla, a small Caribbean island whose international status remains in dispute.
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