Why So Many Of Us?

By: McVey, Richard C.

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Text is clean. Cover and Dust jacket show normal shelfwear. Light rubbing along dust jacket folds. Small square in center of front cover, where color lifted off with removal of a sticker. ; From Dust Jacket: Why So Many of Us? Is the story of Arne Duncan and the most important years of his life. Growing up near the turn of the century in the middle west, Arne in some respects resembles other young men - he works hard to help himself through high school and college, then takes his first job. But he is conscious from the beginning that something sets him apart, that the land is calling him back from the grimy, hurried city that surrounds him. . . . Arne Duncan's story is the story of the coming of age in America - its vitality, its hurried quest for prosperity, its search for roots, and the violence that eurpts when people betray themselves. ; 8vo; 253 pages

Title: Why So Many Of Us?

Author Name: McVey, Richard C.

Categories: Contemporary,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Vantage Press: 1978

ISBN Number: 0533032016

ISBN Number 13: 9780533032013

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good in Very Good- dust jacket

Seller ID: 3796