Good++, near fine condition paperback. Text block as new, limited exlibrary stamps (*ffep with most of the exlibrary items/wrinkling) moderate fading to spine, rubbing to cover. Tight binding. No dust jacket. 5 1/4 x 8", 2 Books, 10 chapters. 305p. Well priced copies are becoming hard to find. From the back cover: "The challenge thrown down by Lindner calls upon psychology and psychiatry to help change our society for the better, instead of making us submit to it. In this slashing attack on the misuse of science to force conformity demands that we seek self-knowledge to help us rebel, instead of adjustment to a maladjusted society...."
Fair. B001SEBDAS 1953 hardcover. Pages and cover are intact, with moderate wear. No dust jacket. Occasional notes and underlining throughout first 50 pages. Binding is tight. Not ex-library. Reading copy only. USPS tracking number provided for U.S. orders.
VG in Good jacket. Book Very good (mild wear to board and spine extremities and tanning to pages) in good dust jacket showing fading, dampstain to back and moderate wear to edges. Presentation copy inscribed by author on dedication page after the word "and."
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