Did You Ever See a Dream Walking? American Conservative Thought in the Twentieth Century

Buckley, William F., Jr. (editor)

Edité par Bobbs- Merrill, Indianapolis and New York, 1970
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Titre : Did You Ever See a Dream Walking? American ...

Éditeur : Bobbs- Merrill, Indianapolis and New York

Date d'édition : 1970

Reliure : Hard Cover

Etat du livre : Very Good

Etat de la jaquette : GVG

Signé : Presentation Copy

Edition : First Printing.

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liv, 554 pp. Contributors include Garry Wills, John Courtney Murrar, Brent Bozell, Frank Meyer, Michael Oakeshott, Albert Jay Nock, Henry Hazlett, Max Eastman, Milton Friedman, Harry Jaffa, Willmoore Kendall, James Burnham, Ernest van den Haag, Mortimer Smith, Jane Jacobs, Russell Kirk, Hugh Kenner, Leo Struss, Christopher Dawson, Eric Voegelin, Jeffrey Hart, Whittaker Chambers, and Frederick Wilhelmsen. Presented to Newbold Noyes by Buckley, with a message in Buckley's rather cryptic handwriting signed 'Bill' written in red ink on a label pasted to the ffep. From the library of Newbold Noyes, editor of the Washington Evening Star. Noyes was an ambulance driver during World War II and then foreign correspondent for the Star, covering American troops in Italy and reporting on the invasion of southern France and the Allied advance into Germany. The Washington Evening Star was a liberal Republican newspaper, now extinct, once rival to the Washington Post. Page edges lightly soiled. Dustjacket has price intact, lightly soiled, with dampstain on inside of back panel. N° de réf. du libraire 4866B

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