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Good in Good jacket. Ex-Library. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Minor edge and corner wear to the dj; lightly scuffed and scratched; corners are gently bumped and rubbed; some light shelf wear; ex-library with the usual library markings; overall a nice used copy! Blue boards with silver lettering on the spine. 523 historical and informative pages nicely enhanced by black and white photographs and illustrations! "Gender roles are nowhere more prominent than in war, yet our understanding of the relationship between gender and war is confused. Joshua Goldstein analyzes the near-total exclusion of women from combat forces, through history and across cultures. He concludes that killing in war does not come naturally for either gender, and that gender norms often mold men, women, and children to the needs of the war system........."
Fine in fine dust jacket. This book is in mint condition and appears brand new save a scant bit of surface wear to rear of dust jacket. No markings or soiling throughout. Binding is tight and square. The book appears never to have been read. A choice... Dark blue cloth over boards; sewn binding; 23.5 cm.; xv; 523 pages; photo illustrations; bibliography; index.
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