America in Midpassage; Volume III; the Rise of American Civilization.
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Illustrated dust wrapper, slight chipping spine top and bottom, slight chipping top rear cover and corners. Cloth cover has gilt decoration front cover and gilt lettering spine. 977 pages. Uncut page sides. Margin illustrations. From the dust wrapper: "This is probably the most ambitious, skillful, and thorough-going effort ever made to write the history of the immediate past of a populous nation". "The book falls naturally into two main sections: the one political and economic, the other social and cultural. The first half of the book conveys vividly and grippingly the revolutionary atmosphere of the times. Beginning with Coolidge and the Great Boom, Hoover's election, the Great Collapse, the mobilization of government, Roosevelt's rise to power, etc., it continues to the autumn of 1938. The later chapters discuss labor, science, the arts, entertainment, and many other topics with remarkable range and completeness". Bookseller Inventory # 796
Title: America in Midpassage; Volume III; the Rise ...
Publisher: The Macmillan Company. New York. 1939.
Publication Date: 1939
Binding: Cloth in Dust Wrapper
Illustrator: Jones, Wilfred
Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good
Edition: First Edition
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