Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1960. First Edition. A Cold War classic, and Kahn's magnum opus, one of the first works to systematically predict the outcomes of "total war" with the Soviet Union. Kahn was co-founder of the Hudson Institute and among the foremost futurologists of his period. He was also reputedly a partial inspiration for the title charactyer in Stanley Kubrick's 1960 film "Dr. Strangelove" Octavo. Red cloth boards; dustjacket; 651pp. Ink ownership stamp to front endpaper, else a tight, fine copy in the original dustjacket, lightly chipped at crown, a few other small nicks to extremities, still a fresh an attractive copy. (Inventory #: 32118)
The history, literature, and art of American social movements, including Civil Rights, Feminism, Labor History, Radical Politics, and Counterculture.
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