New York: Quadrangle Books, 1971. First Edition. Octavo; VG+/G; spine ivory with large blue lettering, red band (not part of DJ) across tail; dust jacket clean, two 3/4" tears on top front edge, 3/4" on back top corner, front top edge has some mild folding and moderate other wear, minor to minimal other edgewear, DJ accompanied by red endorsement band, band has small open tear at spine, folds in band from spine joints, minimal other wear on covers and spine, no markings or stains (DJ and endorsement band), protected by mylar cover; boards strong, clean, minor wear at spine head and tail, minimal wear to covers and spine, minimal other edgewear; textblock clean, minimal wear, small stain on front free end paper, singed by race and gender activist--Ashley Montagu--on front free end paper, no other writing/markings, no underlining/highlighting, contains b/w photos of activists in action. pp. 488. Rockville. (Inventory #: 7-53-1259701)
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