Stoughton, MA: The Press of the Nightowl, 1969. Hard Cover. Very Good. Item #013858
Number 101 of 200 copies. Orange paper covered boards with a white cloth spine. 20 pp. Printed by Dwight E. Agner. A speech by Dr. George Wald, addressing war related research at MIT, but providing a short, insightful look at the disenchantment of the youth of that era. The March 4th Movement was a moratorium of activities on the MIT campus in an effort to focus on its role in the development of weapons and technology used in war. Wald received a partial share of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1967. VERY GOOD condition. Two small dark spot of staining to the rear cover. Minor fading. Minor browning to the spine.
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