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1 Andrew, J. V Backdoor bilingualism: Davis's sell-out of Ontario and its national consequences
Richmond Hill, ON, Canada BMG Pub 1979 092025408X / 9780920254080 Reprint Paperback Fair 
092025408X 198 pages. "In ten short years we have seen Canada transformed in the eyes of the world from an essentially English-speaking country to a French-speaking country." - from back cover. Author graduated from the Royal Canadian Naval College in 1948. Average wear. Top corner of front cover clipped. Title page removed. Discard stamp on first page. Three prior owner's address labels within book. A worthy working copy. 
Price: 49.95 USD
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2 Andrew, J.V. Bilingual Today, French Tomorrow - Trudeau's Mast Plan and How it Can be Stopped
Richmond Hill, ON, Canada BMG Publishing Limited 1977 Reprint Paperback Fair 
137 pages. Pursues the implementation of Canada's Official Languages Act to its logical conclusion - the colonization of Canada's nine English-speaking provinces, and of the national capital, by French-speaking Canadians. Author is a retired Lieutenant Commander in the Canadian Air Force. Above-average external wear and soiling. Address label upon half-title page. Unmarked. Binding sound. A worthy reference copy. 
Price: 39.95 USD
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3 Andrew, J. V Enough! (Enough French, Enough Quebec) - Wake Up English Canada! Enough of This Absurdity!
Kitchener, Canada Andrew Books 1989 096934760X / 9780969347606 Second Printing Paperback Good 
096934760X 176 pages. Author's signature and inscription upon title page. Are we and our children being bulldozed into extinction, or have we had enough of this farce? I and others like me have had more than enough. Will you join us? Small piece of masking tape at top of spine. Moderate wear. Light yellowing. 
Price: 39.95 USD
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4 Reeves, Richard; Hacker, Andrew; Flaherty, Joe; Graham, Fred P.; Witkin, Richard; Raynor, V.; Peterson, P.; Hewitt, J.; Plumb, B.; Prina, Lee Lorick The New York Times Magazine, April (Apr.), 1967 - Cover Photo of Anthony J. Travia / Jackson Pollock
New York The New York Times 1967 First Edition Paperback Fair 
160 pages. Features: Many gorgeous color fashion ads; Sensational color-photo ad for Mitsouko consists primarily of long black hair and Japanese visage; Photo of Patrolman (later detective) John D. Pollins who was killed in line of duty March 15; Nice ad for the Longines Ultra-Chron watch; The Other Half of the State Government - Democratic Speaker Anthony J. Travia; The Making of a Corporation President - article with photos of Ronald Reagan, Haakon Inglolf Romnes, Lester Maddox, Gordon Metcalf, Lurleen Wallace and Otto Miller; Frankie Carlin - The Bookie; Low-Key and Liberal - Attorney-General Ramsey Clark; Why the Flak Around the F-111; Arnold Palmer is featured in a nice blazer ad; Jackson Pollock in Retrospect - "He Broke The Ice" - illustrated article; Fantastic three-page ad for Harper's Bazaar Magazine celebrates its 100th anniversary and includes full-page reproduction of the famous Jean Shrimpton astronaut photo; Phil Silvers is featured with three young lovelies in a Smirnoff ad; 8-page RCA Victor advertising feature presents their consumer electronics products such as TVs, radios and portable phonographs; Nice color-photo ad for Kjeldsens Danish Butter Cookies; Interesting fashion photos of bellts; Color photos of Luis Barragan-designed home in Mexico City for Eduardo Prieto; Emotional First Aid?; Gimbel's / Tom Sawyer ad features boy band "The Irvings"; and more. Above-average external wear. Covers loose but present. Small library stamp upon front cover. A worthy vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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