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Cambridge, Mass.: The Harvard Law Review Association, 1939. Original printed wrappers, pages 1105-1134, an offprint taken from the Harvard Law Review. Riesman is known for his string of books of criticism of American culture, especially "The Lonely Crowd: A Study of the Changing American Character", 1950. He went to Harvard, graduating in Biochemistry, then at the Harvard Law School where he edited the Harvard Law Review. He clerked for Justice Louis Brandeis, taught at the University of Buffalo, University of Chicago, and finally at Harvard. This copy presented by the author, "To Abe Feller from Dave" on the front wrapper. Abraham Feller was also a Harvard grad, edited the Law Review, taught at the Law School, was a principal advisor in Franklin Roosevelt's administration, General Counsel and Director of the Legal Department of the United Nations Secretariat, co-author of the United Nations Charter. He is remembered with the "Abraham Feller Memorial Reading Room" at U.N. headquarters in New York City (Wikipedia). A Fine copy.
Title: Possession and the Law of Finders.
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