BOSTON, MASS: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1970. STATED FIRST PRINTING. Hardcover. Ex-College Library with the following markings: pocket to front pastedown, label to front free endpaper, single-line stamp to top of title page. Brick-red cloth-covered boards, with gilt lettering to front and spine. Several very small discoloration spots near bottom inch of front joint, and slight spine lean. Edge-wear, and closed tears and labels to spine-sunned dj, which has done a good job of protecting its book. Solid, working copy of an otherwise fairly pricey book. Very Good Minus in a Good (only) Dustjacket. Item #73494
Single-volume condensation of the Blum's FROM THE MORGENTHAU DIARIES, a three-part work comprising: I) Years of Crisis, 1928-1938; II) Years of Urgency, 1938-1941, and III) Years of War, 1941-1945, which itself was a distillation of 900 bound volumes of Henry Morgenthau's detailed diaries of the days encompassing the Great Depression, up through the end of World War II.