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Dover is publishing a paperback edition of Gregory H. Moore's Zermelo's Axiom of Choice: Its Origins, Development, and Influence. It's supposed to come out March 20th and is available for pre-order at Amazon.com

(OK, this is not a question. This book has been out of print for a long time, and only available at university libraries. I'm pleased Dover's publishing it and thought others might like to know. I can't think of anywhere else to share this information.)

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Good call. Perhaps a community service type question/recommendation tag is needed. I suggest including author's first name and/or initials in title, as there are many Moores. –  Maesumi Mar 1 '13 at 16:46
Another recent Dover reprint some might have missed is Takeuti's Proof Theory. –  Peter Smith Mar 1 '13 at 17:15
@Maesumi That's a good idea. Recently Springer picked up Huppert's Endliche Gruppen I completely unexpectedly (it was written in 1967 and has been difficult to get ahold of ever since, despite being constantly referenced in group theory papers). I've wondered how many people have heard about this; I'd use that tag to announce it. –  Alexander Gruber Mar 1 '13 at 17:49
Oh that's great! I'm definitely buying. –  Asaf Karagila Mar 1 '13 at 18:33
I voted to close only because the ‘question’ seems to have served its purpose, and in any case comments can still be added. –  Brian M. Scott Mar 2 '13 at 0:03