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1 GRANT, George DOULL, James BROTZ, Howard SMITH, Wilfred C. Modernity and Responsibility : Essays in Honour of George Grant.
1978, 
(GRANT, George Parkin). Modernity and Responsibility : Essays in Honour of George Grant. N.pl.: n.pub., November, 1978. Pp (2),[1]-4,(3),1-30,1-29,1-16,1-15,1-16,1-31, 1-37,1-23,1-36,1-19 leaves, printed one side only. 4to, maroon cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine. Contents : Preface (by Eugene Combs). The Gods (a poem by Dennis Lee). I. Spinoza's Method of Biblical Interpretation and His Political Philosophy (by Eugene Combs). II. Quebec Independence and an Independent Canada (by James Doull). III. Modern Thought and the Transcendent : Some Observations based on an Eastern View (by John G. Arapura). IV. Confucian Tradition and Modernity : A Dilemma on Both Sides (by Jan Yua-hua). V. Responsibility (by Wilfred C. Smith). VI. Faith, Reason and Secularity (by T. Penelhum). VII. The World Upside Down (byA. Rotstein). VIII. On the Efficiency of Local Government (by John Graham) . IX. Canadian Nationhood in Question (by James Aitchison). X. Sherlock Holmes : The Bohemian Moralist (by Howard Brotz). George Parkin Grant (1918-1988) was a Canadian philosopher, teacher and political commentator, whose popular appeal peaked in the late 1960s and 1970s. He is best known for his nationalism, political conservatism, comments on technology, pacifism, Christian faith, and conservative views regarding abortion and is credited as one of Canada's most original thinkers. Grant was a faculty member at Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S., twice (1947-1960, 1980-1988). Very good. Ex-libris George P. Grant (without indication, but acquired from his library). 200.00

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2 PROUSE, Victoria, Jill L. GRANT, Martha RADICE, Howard RAMOS, and Paul SHAKGRANT, Jill L. RADICE, Martha RAMOS, Howard Neighbourhood Change in Halifax Regional Municipality, 1970 to 2010 : Applying the Three Cities Model
Neighbourhood Change Research Partnership, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 2014, 
PROUSE, Victoria, Jill L. GRANT, Martha RADICE, Howard RAMOS, and Paul SHAKOTKO. Neighbourhood Change in Halifax Regional Municipality, 1970 to 2010 :Applying the "Three Cities" Model. With assistance from Malcolm Shookner, Kasia Tota, Siobhan Witherbee. [Three Cities data provided by J David Hulchanski and Richard Maraanen]. Halifax, Nova Scotia : Neighbourhood Change Research Partnership, Dalhousie University, January 2014. Pp (1),2-56. Illustrated. Maps. Tables and Figures. 4to, black spiral-bound, illustrtaed orange card covers, lettered in black. Contents : Executive Summary. 1.0 Studying inequality in Halifax. 1.1 The "Three Cities" model. 1.2 Income inequality in urban Canada. 1.3 Halifax: The character of the city. 1.3.1 Historic context. 1.3.2 Halifax during and between the wars. 1.3.3 Post-war suburbanization. 1.3.4 Urban renewal and slum clearance. 1.3.5 Suburbanization continued. 1.3.6 Change and trends. 1.4 Amalgamation of Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM). 1.5 Halifax today. 1.6 Neighbourhood Change in Halifax. 2.0 Overview of income change and polarization in Halifax Regional Municipality, 1970-2010. 2.1 Income distribution trends in Halifax, 1970-2010. 2.2 The "Three Cities" of Halifax. 3.0 Understanding Halifax's changing geography of income distribution 1970-2010. 3.1 Analyzing neighbourhood change in Halifax through the Three Cities model. 3.2 Profile of Halifax's "Three Cities": Selected Characteristics. 3.2.1 Population and Income. 3,2,2 Housing t enure and affordability. 3.2.3 Education and employment. 3.2.4 lmmigrants and visible minorities. 3 2.5 Transportation habits. 3.3 Explaining income distribution trends on the Halifax Peninsula. 3.4 Explaining income distnouuiun trends in the Halifax suburbs (Off-Peninsula). 4.0 Discussing the findings.4.1 To what extent does income polarization exist in Halifax? 4.2 To what extent does the "Three Cities" methodoJogy aid our understanding of Halifax's changing geography of income? 4.2.1 Scale and local context. 5.0 Toward understanding neighbourhood change in Halifax. 6.0 Works Cited . Very good.40.00

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3 HOWARD, Grant The Navy in New Zealand : An Illustrated History First Edition in dustjacket
A.H. & A.W. Reed, Wellington, 1981, ISBN:0589013556 0589013556 / 9780589013554 
HOWARD, Grant. The Navy in New Zealand : An Illustrated History. (Wellington) : A.H. & A.W. Reed, (1981). First Edition. Pp (4),[v]-vi,1-170. With b&w photos and other illistrations throughout. Large 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine.

An illustrated overview of two hundred years of New Zealand naval history. The bulk of the text traces developments in the twentieth century, from two World Wars to the establishment of a Dockyard and Hydrographic service, to participation in post-war nuclear testing.

Chapters :
1. The Link Is Forged;
2. Captain William Hobson, R.N.;
3. The First New Zealand Ship;
4. The First Fleet;
5. Sailors Turned Soldiers;
6. Paper War;
7. World War I;
8. The Birth of a Navy;
9. Between the Wars;
10. World War II : The Triumphs;
11. World War II : The Tragedies;
12. Of Heroes and Heroism;
13. The Post-War Years;
14. Red Faces;
15. Building a Dockyard [HMNZ Dockyard Devonport, Devonport Naval Base, Auckland, HMNZS Philomel];
16. Charting the Coast;
17. Volunteers All;
18. Nuclear Fallout;
19. "The Navy's Here";
20. Raiders!;
21. "Gentlemen, the Ladies!";
22. The Offing
With index.

Owner's name else very good in dustjacket. 70.00


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4 ADELMAN, Howard GRANT, George LEE, Dennis COHEN, Matt University Game.
Anansi, Toronto , 1968, 
(GRANT, George). ADELMAN, Howard, and Dennis LEE (eds.). The University Game. Toronto : Anansi, 1968. Pp (6),1-178,(6). 8vo, illustrated white card covers. Includes a chapter by George Grant - “The University Curriculum” (pp 47-68). Other contributions by John M. Robson, Donald J. McCuloch, C.W. Gomick, Dennis Lee, Trevor Lloyd, Matt Cohen, John R. Seeley, and Howard Edelman. George Parkin Grant (1918-1988) was a Canadian philosopher, teacher andpolitical commentator, whose popular appeal peaked in the late 1960s and 1 970s. He is best known for his nationalism, political conservatism, comments on technology, pacifism, Christian faith, and conservative views regarding abortion and is credited as one of Canada's most original thinkers. Grantwas a faculty member at Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S., twice (1947-1 960, 1980-1988). Rubbed and lightly browned, name, else very good. 15.00

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