Very Good. No dust jacket present. Ex-Library Withdrawn. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 401 pages. "This book is the fruit of an investigation undertaken under the auspices of the Bureau of International Research of Harvard University and Radcliffe College for the purpose of estimating the influence of the Chinese Revolution upon international relations in the Far East. The conclusions which my findings seem to support are briefly set forth in the Epilogue at the close of the volume. The main body of the volume is devoted to a study of Chinese politics and of the changes in the Chinese political system which ahve been brought about the Revolution." VERY GOOD HARDCOVER, maroon cloth with the gilt lettering bright on the spine, ex-library withdrawn.
Good. 1930 Hardcover. First edition. Rough cut pages, gilt page tops. Text is clean. Binding is strong. Nice maroon cloth cover, stamped border. *No shipping outside the United States available for this heavy book. *
Very Good+ with no dust jacket. Previous owner inscription (to North Whitehead, son of Alfred North Whitehead).; Second Edition. (First edition was 1930). Original red cloth boards with gilt lettering.; 8vo; 401 pp.
Fair to good condition. xiii, 401 pages; 24 cm. Highlighting/underlining. Ink name and address of previous owner inside front frontleaf. Sticker inside rear board. Some pencil comments and underlining noted. Boards somewhat worn and soiled. Some page discoloration. The author was a Professor of Government at Harvard University.
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