Hardcover: 178 pages Publisher: Columbia Univ Pr; Rev edition (November 1978) ISBN-10: 0231046324 ISBN-13: 978-0231046329 Previous owner's name stamp, and the name of Margaret Mead and her date of death, but does not look like her signature. Otherwise, near fine. No dust jacket.
Fine. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Garden City, NY: Natural History Press, Double Day & Company, Inc., 1970. First edition. 8vo. Cloth with gilt lettering on cover and spine and attractive gold end papers. Appears unread. Today, because the whole world is caught in the same electronically produced, intercommunicating network, youth have an experience that their elders never had. They face a new era. From her knowledge of societies throughout the world, Margaret Mead explains how this lonely generation differs from those in the past and why an unprecedented generation gap must be acknowledged by old and young alike before communication can begin. Fine in fine dust jacket, protected by a mylar cover.
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