Fine. Publisher: University of Alabama Press Date of Publication: 1969 Binding: hardcover Edition: First Edition Condition: New Description: New, unread. No markings in book. From the DJ flap: Author examines, to what extent, were the colonists and later Americans--expecially those we call the 'Founding Fathers'--actually acquainted with Rousseau's writings? Precisely to what extent could they have been sufficiently familiar with Rousseau's ideas to have been 'influenced' by them? 175pp.
Very Good in Good+ dust jacket. Hardcover in dust jacket, INSCRIBED by the author on front free endpaper. Owner name. Book is otherwise clean. The DJ is torn with GAPS at spine ends, abrasion to front panel, it's now in a mylar protector. VG/G+.; 175 pages; Signed by Author.
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