Near Fine in Good jacket. First Edition, First Thus. Signed by Author Text/BRAND NEW w/blemish to lower edge of pg 19. Daniel Lerner signed to fEP. Taupe boards/Fine. DJ/Good; light edge wear w/small loss to upper back spine corner, & showing discoloration. Pencilled errata by Lerner to footnote on pg 27 and pg 379. A study of the decade 1955-1965 of postwar Europe based on both interviews with major history-makers and use of sample surveys to ascertain social attitudes of the period. The aim being "to learn how the elites of postwar Europe would face the reality of their diminished postwar power-as elites, as nations, as a continent-and how they would go about the tasks of positive construction." 12 chapters in 4 parts: Part I, Contexts; II, Issues; III, Transformations; and IV, Perspectives, followed by 8 Annexes. 447 pages.
Good in Good jacket. 447 pages. Minor rubbing to hard cover, small tear in lower front spine edge. Dust jacket has minor rubbing and scuffing, spine is lightly faded, protected by plastic. Library markings. Minor foxing to outer page edges, sticky tape ghosts to inside covers. Copy itself is neat and clean. Item Type: Ex-Library. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Sociology; Sociology & Culture; History. Inventory No: 145688.
Euratlantica: Changing Perspectives of the European Elites
by Daniel Lerner, Morton Gorden
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