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Good. BE5-A tight, clean, sound copy with minor overall shelf wear primarily in the form of fading on the spine plus there is some spotting on the spine for about 2 inches from the top spine edge wrapping around onto the front and back at the top spine edge corners plus there are the usual library labels, stamps, and marks on the spine, the top, bottom, and right outside paper edges (marked out with large black marker), front and back free endpapers, and table of contents page plus there is paper residue on the back fixed endpaper from a library pocket removed during the library's withdrawal process plus one page is dogeared. A collection of essays on science and society during the scientific and industial revolutions, from 1600 to 1900. The articles are by P. M. Rattansi, A. Rupert Hall, Peter Mathias, D. S. L. Cardwell, E. M. Sigsworth, and Roy M. MacLeod. Illustrated with black and white photographs and reproductions. 166p.
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