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Date Posted: 04:46:37 10/03/06 Tue
Author: John Schwarz
Subject: Re: Which book to read first?
In reply to: Doug Cooper 's message, "Re: Which book to read first?" on 20:07:59 10/02/06 Mon


If I could, you know I'd be glad to. However, I've got it on microfich this time, so can only take notes. You can order a copy from the University of MI's dissertation service: www.umi.com (I think that's the address still...if it's not, let me know, and I'll give you the full contact info...I always go over the phone). I know a Ph.d dissertation in softcover runs $40, so a M.A. thesis should be less. It is cheaper to do micro, if he has a way to read it...

Sorry I can't be of more help this time,

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