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Very Good. Laminated illustrated boards, 8vo, 26 cm, xxxix, 928 pp, a few ills. From the blurb: "This volume is the first comprehensive reference work on the history of the American Left. Defined as that segment of society which has sought fundamental changes in the economic, political and cultural systems, the subject does not include reformers who believe that change can be accommodated to existing capitalist structures, or who believe that an egalitarian society can be attained ultimately within national borders. By placing a strong emphasis upon radicals-anarchists, socialists, and communists-The Encyclopedia of the American Left has been able to delve into many topics otherwise little known, or frequently discussed without relation to their actual Left context. Histories of the United States have, until the 1960s-70s, generally treated radical movements and radicals unfavorably (save perhaps as eccentric personalities)."
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