|Publisher||Simon And Schuster|
Simon and Schuster, 1947. FIRST EDITION. Very good condition. Beige cloth-covered boards with gilt and dark brown lettering and decorations. Former owners name on inside cover, slight stain on cover, two creased pages. A young reporter pretends to be Jewish to gain material for a magazine article on anti-Semitism. The reporter discovers that many well-meaning people hold prejudices and silently consent to religious intolerance. Basis for the 20th Century Fox motion picture that came out the same year with Gregory Peck and Dorothy McGuire, directed by Elia Kazan. Winner of Best Picture. 275 pages.