Diana Korzenik - Art - 1985 - 279 pages
Explains why there was a great interest in learning to draw in nineteenth century America, traces the education of an individual engraver, and argues that class lines affected ...
Ronald Reagan - Social Science - 1984 - 95 pages
The President reviews the arguments against abortion, calls for the recognition of the sanctity of life, and urges citizen awareness of the far-reaching implications of abortion
David Cook - Fiction - 1985 - 205 pages
Walter, a young, mentally handicapped man, learns to cope with his father's indifference, and his co-workers' ridicule and develop a sense of personal dignity