Penguin Press (2009), Edition: 1, 256 pages
In this wise and often funny book, a philosopher/mechanic systematically destroys the pretensions of the high-prestige workplace and makes an irresistible case for working with one's hands.
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256 p.; 5.75 inches
1594202230 / 9781594202230
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