Reflections on United States Policy

By: Rovere, Richard H

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London: the Bodley Head, 1968. 300 g; X, 118 pages, in original hardcover binding with photographic illustrated dust jacket. Traces of foxing to the top edge and also to the rear pastedown. Melbourne University Press rubberstamp dating receipt of book to October the third 1969 will stop traces of foxing to the spine section of the jacket, and rubbing of the front and rear fold over creases. "This book is a deeply felt indictment of the American position in Vietnam by a Spectre journalist who, until 1965, was one of the many who defended. -- in an incisive analysis of foreign policy since 1945, he examines the radical move in the American public opinion from the brash anti-communism of McCarthy and Dulles to the more conscience-stricken attitudes of today." -- front fold over blurb. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good -- Price Clipped. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Politics -- America.

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