Dayton, Ohio: Mead Papers, 1968.
Hardcover. 8" X 5 1/8". vii, 34pp. Moderate wear to dust jacket, with dampstaining, scattered rubbing, toning, small tears to edges, and remnants of price sticker to front. Patterened cloth over boards. Mild edgewear to binding. Slight lean to spine. Bookseller stamp to front free endpaper. Bining is sound and firm. Pages are clean and unmarked. An attractive copy in worn dust jacket of this story of the publishing of One World by Wendell Willkie, the fourth in The Minds of Man series by Mead Papers. From front flap: "In occupied countries, ONE WORLD was published illegally. Hand presses in cellars were turning out copies to be smuggled to the Underground. Finally, it was published in every language...including German. And in almost every country in the world, ONE WORLD became a symbol of hope in the minds of men." Very good / good. Item #2589