Title Eichmann in Jerusalem 1ST Edition
Book Condition Fair
Jacket Condition Fair
Edition First Edition
Publisher USA VIKING PRESS 1963
Seller ID 733H0909
B006E2PU80 275 pages. Bibliography. Index. Arendt's "command of politics and philosophy, her study of the Nuremberg trials and the Successor trials make it possible for her to isolate the points of international law and human justice raised in Jerusalem and valid throughout the world. Her report markes a notable step forward in the exploration of the human condition." - from dust jacket. Bits of writing upon front free endpaper. Somewhat above-average wear to book. Above-average wear to price-clipped dust jacket which is now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart. A worthy vintage copy. Kehr and Langmaid 5719.
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