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The Anglo-Saxon Tradition

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This copy of “The Anglo-Saxon Tradition” has an inscription by the author to Harold Macmillan, dated August 1940, the year in which Macmillan, as a protégé of Winston Churchill, became Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Supply.

George Catlin was an English political scientist and philosopher, married to Vera Brittain, and father of Shirley Williams. He was a strong proponent of Anglo-American co-operation, even to the extent of advocating a union between the two countries. Catlin was on the personal staff of Oswald Mosley before Mosley had made his final break with the Labour Party, and was himself an unsuccessful Labour Party candidate in two general elections.

This copy of “The Anglo-Saxon Tradition” has an inscription by the author to Harold Macmillan, dated August 1940, the year in which Macmillan, as a protégé of Winston Churchill, became Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Supply.

George Catlin was an English political scientist and philosopher, married to Vera Brittain, and father of Shirley Williams. He was a strong proponent of Anglo-American co-operation, even to the extent of advocating a union between the two countries. Catlin was on the personal staff of Oswald Mosley before Mosley had made his final break with the Labour Party, and was himself an unsuccessful Labour Party candidate in two general elections.

Condition: this book has no dust-jacket. The boards show some minor to moderate marking, denting, and corner-bumping. The interior pages and edges show some mild foxing and staining. However, the interior pages are generally crisp and clean with a good strong binding.

Item details

Added value:
Inscribed to Harold Macmillan
Author(s):
Catlin, George
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8vo - 8 - 10
Dimensions:
5.5 x 8.5
Edition:
1939
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
286
Publisher:
Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, and co.
Title:
The Anglo-Saxon Tradition

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This copy of “The Anglo-Saxon Tradition” has an inscription by the author to Harold Macmillan, dated August 1940, the year in which Macmillan, as a protégé of Winston Churchill, became Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Supply.

George Catlin was an English political scientist and philosopher, married to Vera Brittain, and father of Shirley Williams. He was a strong proponent of Anglo-American co-operation, even to the extent of advocating a union between the two countries. Catlin was on the personal staff of Oswald Mosley before Mosley had made his final break with the Labour Party, and was himself an unsuccessful Labour Party candidate in two general elections.

This copy of “The Anglo-Saxon Tradition” has an inscription by the author to Harold Macmillan, dated August 1940, the year in which Macmillan, as a protégé of Winston Churchill, became Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Supply.

George Catlin was an English political scientist and philosopher, married to Vera Brittain, and father of Shirley Williams. He was a strong proponent of Anglo-American co-operation, even to the extent of advocating a union between the two countries. Catlin was on the personal staff of Oswald Mosley before Mosley had made his final break with the Labour Party, and was himself an unsuccessful Labour Party candidate in two general elections.

Condition: this book has no dust-jacket. The boards show some minor to moderate marking, denting, and corner-bumping. The interior pages and edges show some mild foxing and staining. However, the interior pages are generally crisp and clean with a good strong binding.

Added value:
Inscribed to Harold Macmillan
Author(s):
Catlin, George
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8vo - 8 - 10
Dimensions:
5.5 x 8.5
Edition:
1939
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
286
Publisher:
Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, and co.
Title:
The Anglo-Saxon Tradition

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