Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket. 0312173369. Cover is grey with red lettering on spine. Pages are clean and tight; this is a NEW book. Stated 'first edition: April, 1999. "Civil liberties are never more in danger than when restrictions on individual rights are justified in the name of a good case....examines the threats to free speech during World War II, the 'good war' when threats came not from reactionaries but from a liberal president and an attorney general committed to civil liberties. This fine book recovers a forgotten and disturbing chapter in American history"; Samuel Walker, University of Nebraska at Omaha. And in these days and times, is once again a timely and thoughtful book about what civil rights and freedoms mean for Americans.; 5 1/2 x 8 1/2; 309 pages; Cover has very light shelf wear. DJ has shelf wear, rubbing/scuffing, bumping, some crinkling along edges, various small spots of scraping of color down to underlying white; in a mylar cover.
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