Item #944 Commitment. Willard Uphaus.


McGraw Hill, 1963. first edition. hardcover. 8vo 266pp. stated first edition. From front flap: "Commitment is the life story of a man who four years ago refused to give New Hampshire's Attorney General the names of guests at World Fellowships summer camp--a place where people of all faiths and races gather for discussion and recreation. Dr. Willard Uphaus, in defying the witch-hunt, was convicted on a contempt charge, and ultimately lost his appeal in the Supreme Court by a four-to-five decision. Imprisoned for his position--simple Christian integrity--his protest against government interference in the citizen's right to free speech and assembly..." very good+ : mild shelf wear/toning offset to pastedowns, text clean, binding tight. / very good: age toning, mild shelfwear, NOT clipped ($4.95). Item #944


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