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The New Left: A Collection of Essays

by Long, Priscilla (ed.)

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Boston: Porter Sargent, 1969,. Trade paperback, introduction by Staughton Lynd, 475pp inc. biblio & index, cocked, heavy soiling at side edge has affected a few leaves inside, G only, ex-library copy.


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