The Wilson Quarterly, Volume VII, Number 4, Spring 1984

Washington, D.C. Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 1984. Presumed first edition/first printing of this issue. Wraps. 23 cm. 173, [3] pages. Illustrations. From Wikipedia: "The Wilson Quarterly is a magazine published by the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C. The magazine was founded in 1976 by Peter Braestrup and James H. Billington. It is noted for its nonpartisan, nonideological approach to current issues, with articles written from various perspectives. Designed to make the research and debates of scholars and intellectuals accessible to a general audience, it covers a wide range of topics, from science policy and literature to foreign affairs. The first issue appeared in Autumn 1976 and established two of the magazine s signature features. Article "clusters" explore different facets of a subject, often with contrasting points of view. The magazine also includes individual essays. The magazine has gone through various format changes over the years, and between 1983 and 1990 it was published five times a year. Today, as its name suggests, it is published quarterly." Condition: Good.

Keywords: Walter Reich, Jay Tolson, Daniel Boorstin, Terry Eastland, Harvard Sitkoff, Reconstruction, African-Americans, Underclass, Walker Percy, Computer Conspiracy

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