8vo, pp. xx, 460. Index. Green cloth, stamped in gilt. [Yakee city series, Vol. I. ] One hinge tender, cover little scuffed at edges, o/w VG. An investigation into class differences in a coastal New England town, conducted by the Committee of Industrial Psysiology at Harvard University.
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Fine in Good- jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. First published in 1941, this book is the seventh printing from Feb. 1949, 460 pages. "This book is the first volume of the six-volume Yankee City Series, presents a new interpretation of American life. The authors discovered a class hierarchy in which the people of the town were distributed through six social strata. The results show how the lives of the people conform to the positions they occupy in the higher and lower social classes of the town. " FINE HARDCOVER, GOOD-DUST JACKET.
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