Very Good. First edition. Previous owner's signature on both the first free end page and the title page; rest of text is bright and clean. Spine and covers are lightly faded. Paper at head of spine is starting to peal. 226p.
8vo, hardcover. No dj. Good condition. Boards slightly edge-worn. X-Library copy, light stamping to textblock edges, rear card pocket and spine call-number label neatly removed. Binding tight, contents clean. iv, 226 p. maps, diagrs. Reprint of the 1956 ed. (University of California Press), which was issued as Vol. 6 of the University of California Publications in Culture and Society.
Very Good. From the private collection of Professor Ralph H. Turner. With his name neatly inked to top of front cover.; Tight and clean. Solid binding. Slight age-toning to wraps, otherwise a gently read book in excellent condition. No inscriptions. No remainder mark. Not ex-library.; Professor Turner was elected President of the American Sociological Association in 1969. His Presidential Address was entitled "The Public Perception of Protest".; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 226 pages.
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