New York: Random House, 1968. Hardcover. 8vo, pp. , 211. Black boards; deckle edge. Firm binding; no loose pages. Book and dust jacket with minimal use and wear. Jacket in clear protective cover. An attractive copy. Very good + / very good +. Item #3308
From the dust jacket: "An objective and sympathetic study of the growth of Robert Kennedy as a politician and human being, of the huge distance between the young man who admired Joe McCarthy and the presidential candidate who had to contend with the conflicting forces and ambitions of a spectrum ranging from Cesar Chavez and Charles Evers to Mayor Daley - and yet who exemplified the aspirations of this unlikely coalition."