Good. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, that'll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included.
Good. No dust jacket as issued. xi, 478 p. maps. 25 cm. Includes Maps. With the exception of chapters 1 and 7 and much of chapter 2, the text is reproduced from Hoover Institute studies, 1951-52, and from the American political science review, v. 31. Includes bibliographical references. Contents: Introduction: The study of political elites, by H. D. Lasswell. --The world revolution of our time: A framework for basic policy research, by H. D. Lasswell. --The Politburo, by G. K. Schueller. --The Fascists: the changing elite, by H. D...
This Fine pb would have been rated NEW but for slight spine fading/slight edgewear. No dust jacket as issued. 5 x 8", 7 Chapters + Index. 478 pages. Given the world turmoil today, the articles in this academic tome are of great importance.
Good. As issued No Jacket. Book Spine lean, corner bumps, heavy scuffing and soiling to the covers, covers age toning, reaseing crease along spine edge on front cover, a wrinkle to the spine covering, and other moderate to heavy shopwear. Text is clean.
Very Good. Stated first MIT Press paperback in very good-condition. Shelfwear/light sunning to wraps. Hole punched through price on front wraps. Spine is uncreased. Interior and binding in very good condition.
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