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Academic Freedom: A Guide to the Literature. Comp. by Stephen H. Aby and James C. Kuhn IV. (Bibliographies and Indexes in Education, No. 20). Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 2000. 225p. acid free $75(ISBN 0-313-30386-X; ISSN 0742-6917).

American Indian Portraits. (Macmillan Profiles). New York: Macmillan Library Reference, 2000. 395p. $80 (ISBN 0-02-865491-9).

American Reference Books Annual 2000. Vol. 31. Ed. by Bohdan S. Wynar. Englewood, Colo.; Libraries Unlimited, 2000. 804p. $11 0 (ISBN 1-56308-837-1;ISSN 0065-9959).

American Revolution Almanac. By Barbara Bigelow and Linda Schmittroth. Farmington Hills, Mich.: Gale, 188p. $42 (ISBN 0-7876-3795-5).

American Revolution Primary Sources. Ed. by Linda Schmittroth, Lawrence W. Baker and Stacy A. McConnell. Farmington Hills, Mich.: Gale, 2000. 264p. $42 (ISBN 0-7876-3790-4).

Anarchism: Contemporary Theories: A Bibliography. Comp. by Joan Nordquist. (Social Theory: A Bibliographic Series, No. 54). Santa Cruz, Calif.: Reference and Research Services, 1999. 64p. $20 paper (ISBN 0-892068-07-9).

ArtBook Kandinsky. Ed. by Louise Candlish and Jo Marceau. New York: DK Pub., 1999. 143p. $12.95 paper (ISBN 0-7894-4852-1).

Asian American Novelists: A BioBibliographical Critical Sourcebook. Ed. by Emmanuel S. Nelson. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 2000. 422p. acid free $89.50 (ISBN 0-313-30911-6).

Athletes and Coaches of Summer. New York: Macmillan Reference, 2000. 544p. $80 (ISBN 0-02-865493-5).

Atlas of the Baby Boom Generation. By Neil A. Hamilton. New York: Macmillan Library Reference, 2000. 250p. acid flee $130 (ISBN 0-02-865008-5).

Best Literature By and About Blacks. By Phillip M. Richards and Neil Schlager. Farmington Hills, Mich.: Gale, 2000. 330p. $95 (ISBN 0-7876-0507-7).

Biographical Dictionary of Christian Theologians. Ed. by Patrick W. Carey. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 2000. 589p. acid free $125 (ISBN 0-313-29649-9).

Biographical Dictionary of Modern Egypt. By Arthur Goldschmidt, Jr. Boulder, Colo.: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2000. 299p. acid free $65 (ISBN 1-55587-229-8).

Books and Reading in the Lives of Notable Americans: A Biographical Sourcebook. By John A. McCrossan. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 2000. 267p. acid flee $49.95 (ISBN 0-313-30376-2).

A Brief History of Canada. By Roger Riendeau. New 'York: Facts On File, 2000. 310p. acid free $29.95 (ISBN 0-8160-3157-6)

Charles Dickens's "Dombey and Son": An Annotated Bibliography. By Leon Litvack. New York: AMS Pr., 1999. 399p. acid free $94.50 (ISBN 0-404-61499-X).

City Profiles USA: A Traveler's Guide to Major U.S. and Canadian Cities, 2000-2001. 5th ed. lid. by Dawn Bokenkamp Toth. Detroit, Mich.: Omnigraphics, 2000. 1,034p. $115 (ISBN 0-7808-0347-7;ISSN 1082-9938).

The Civil Rights Movement. Ed. by Editors of Salem Fress. Pasadena, Calif.: Salem, 2000. 2 vols. $95/set (ISBN 0-89356-169-X/set).

College Power.' The Best Resources to Help You Get In. Ed. by Dodge Johnson. Issaquah, Wash.: Resource Pathways, 2000. 311p. $24.95 paper (ISBN 1-892148-14-5).

The Companion to African Literatures. Ed. by Douglas Killam and Ruth Rowe. Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana Univ. Pr., 2000. 322p. $49.95 (ISBN 0-253-33633-3).

Complete Directory for Pediatric Disorders. Ed. by Laura Mars. Lakeville, Conn.: Grey House Pub., 2000. 993p. $165 paper (ISBN 1-891482-60-2).

The Complete Directory for People with Chronic Illness. 4th ed. 2000-01. Lakeville, Conn.: Grey House Pub., 2000. 1,047p. $165 paper (ISBN 1-891482-18-6).

The Concept of Time in Psychology: A Resource Book and Annotated Bibliography. By Jon E. Roeckelein. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 2000. 335p. acid free $79.50 (ISBN 0-313-31100-5).

The Conservative Press in Twentieth-Century America. Ed. by Ronald Lora and William Henry Longton. (Historical Guides to the World's Periodicals and Newspapers). …

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