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RESOLVED: THAT THE HUMAN WILL IS FREE AFFIRMATIVE: PROFESSOR GEORGE BURMAN FOSTER NEGATIVE: MR. CLARENCE S. DARROW...
Chicago: Maclasky & Maclasky, Court Reporters, 1918. 32pp. Pictorial wrappers. A couple of shallow discolorations along fore-edge of upper wrapper, upper edge of rear wrapper utilized long ago by insects as a "resting place," a few other small spots to margins of upper wrapper, otherwise a good copy, internally very good. First edition. The transcript of a debate between two close friends holding diametrically opposed views on certain matters, chaired by Arthur M. Lewis. Darrow and Foster debated a number of times, in this case at the Cort Theatre in Chicago on 7 April 1918, and several of the debates were transcribed and published in similar format. Surprisingly, OCLC/Worldcat locates just four copies: Kent State, Northwestern, North Central College and Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library. OCLC: 2786314.
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