New York: The Macmillan Company, 1947. Hardcover. Small 4to. Blue cloth with gilt spine lettering, corner-clipped (not price-clipped) dust jacket. xiv, 636pp. Near fine/very good. Mildest of jacket edgewear only. Item #44590
A superbly tight and bright trade edition of the distinguished Menninger Clinic co-founder's "contention that the chief implications of wartime psychiatric experience have to do with postwar life." Though not so marked in any way, this is one of the Menninger family copies.