Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1944. Third Printing. Early printing of one of the most influential books on economics of the 20th century and a beloved classic of conservative thought. Two thousand copies were issued in the first printing of September 1944, selling out in less than a month. A book that was typically read to death by undergraduates, attractive copies of early printings are notoriously difficult to find. This among the best we have seen. Octavo. Blue cloth boards; no jacket; 250pp; third American printing, October 1944 (one month after the first). A straight, Fine copy in a lovely, crisp example of the original dustwrapper; price-clipped but just lightly nicked at extremities, with some barely-perceptible sunning to spine and a single short, closed tear to rear panel; Very Good to Near Fine. (Inventory #: 29339)
The history, literature, and art of American social movements, including Civil Rights, Feminism, Labor History, Radical Politics, and Counterculture.
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