Of Men and Women (Special Edition Published for the Committee on Economic and Legal Status of Women of the American Association of University Women)
New York: John Day Company, 1941.
Hardcover. 7 3/4" X 5 1/4". 203pp. Dust jacket in pieces and laid in, with dampstains and creasing. Pale yellow cloth over boards, with upper board and spine lettered in dark burgundy. Moderate edgewear to binding, with corners gently bumped. Binding is firm and sound. Previous owner's name pencilled to front free endpaper. Pages are clean and unmarked. Margaret Mead writes the introduction on the front flap: "A fresh and original attack upon the problems of present-day culture in terms of the relationship between men and women....Realistically she bids man help woman more, give more, dare more--that the world may be the gainer." A presentable copy of this special edition for the women of the American Association of University Women (AAUW), with very worn dust jacket, of this examination of women's rights and role in American before the Second World War. Very good / poor. Item #3310