156 pp., appendix, Foreword by Fred Eggan. Blue cloth boards, title in gilt on spine, one corner bumped. DJ has edgewear including a few tiny tears. Ex-library from the Sociology/Political Science Library of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with minimal stamps. Text is clean and unmarked.
"In 1937 Radcliffe-Brown presented to a faculty seminar at the University of Chicago his views on the possibility of a natural science of society - and presented them so cogently that the result was one of the most famous seminars in the history of social science. The verbatim notes taken down by one of his listeners are oublished in this volume."