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The New Left

by Cranston, Maurice (editor)

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London UK, The Bodley Head, 1970, hardcover, 208 pp, first edition, first printing, Very Good+ in Good dustjacket. Straight, tight and clean with no markings, light bump to head of spine. Dustjacket price-clipped, nicks, closed edge tear, spine darkened, in new Brodart sleeve. A collection of 6 critical essays on the leading leftists in the last half of the 20th Century by prominent political and literary scholars.

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