The New Republic Reader: Eighty Years of Opinion and Debate; Edited by Dorothy Wickenden. Dorothy Wickenden.

The New Republic Reader: Eighty Years of Opinion and Debate; Edited by Dorothy Wickenden

New York: BasicBooks, 1994. Hardcover. ix, [1], 518 p.24 cm. Black cloth spine with gilt spine title; white paper over boards. Dust jacket. Remainder mark on lower page edges. The first major anthology of essays from The New Republic, published in honor of the magazine's 80th year. The collection "traces the evolution of twentieth-century liberal thought and the role that the magazine has played in shaping it." -- dust jacket. Includes essays by Virginia Woolf, Malcolm Cowley, Bertrand Russell, George Orwell, Charles Krauthammer, Margaret Sanger, Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., Stokely Carmichael, C. Vann Woodward, and Lewis Mumford, among many others. Book is in Near Fine Condition: remainder mark on lower page edges; otherwise, clean and tight. Dust jacket is in Near Fine- Condition: head of spine rubbed; edges of back flap slightly soiled; otherwise, clean and bright. Near Fine / near fine -. Item #008257
ISBN: 0465098223

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