American Science in the Age of Jackson.
New York and London: Columbia University Press, 1968. 8vo. 282 pp. Corners and spine ends lightly bumped and worn. Foxing to edges of dj. Dj is price-clipped. Staining to spine ends of covers. Rubbing to covers. Rubbing, wear, and small tears to edges of dj. Pages nice and clean, binding tight. "Though primarily a description and analysis of what scientists (and friends of science) were thinking in the Age of Jackson, this work may be taken as a starting point for a study of the broad social relationships of science during that period." Very Good in Very Good dj Hard Cover (Item ID: 60183)