Very Good. Size: 8vo 8"-9" tall; Thin paperback, stapled paper binding; corners and spine ends are very lightly rubbed. Signed by the author on the title page, inscribed: "To Richard Burkhardt: Fellow Middletown Scholar. Dwight." A critique of the famous sociological study of Muncie, Indiana, and its sequels, including a controversial PBS series. iii + 52 pp.
Good. 0937994189 This is a clean, solid, straight paperback with clean, tight text pages, firmly-stapled hinges, and square corners on the gray binding. The book has a library sticker on the spine, and contains university library stamps. The 52-page monograph examines the basic conclusions of three consecutive studies of Middletown (Muncie, Indiana), and describews their impact on the public in general and the residents of Muncie in particular.
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