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Arthur Goldberg writes for the necessity of peace in freedom. There are countries that do not have permanent conditions of peace. He feels that world peace will only come when peace exists in free institutions, freedom under law. He also writes of human needs and social justice, the obligation of the wealthy to see that humane and decent treatment of less affluent persons is maintained. His last subject is freedom itself. Being able to choose, able to make informed and rational decisions. An interesting, educational book. The binding is fine, the cloth is beautiful with gilt lettering on a dark blue or black background. 342 pages, all clean with no tears. The jacket has slight wear at the top with a tiny tear, and the spine has shelf wear top and bottom. 8vo - over 7Â¾" - 9Â¾" tall.
Title: The Defenses of Freedom: the Public Papers of Arthur J. Goldberg
Edition: Stated First Edition
Publisher: New York, Harper & Row, Publishers: 1966
Book Condition: Fine in Very Good dust jacket
Weight: 0.00 Item
Seller ID: 000294