Charter of the United Nations and Statute of the International Court of Justice
NY, (n.p.), 1946. E.B. White's copy of the UN Charter, signed by White on both the front cover and the title page, and with a couple of notations in the first pages of text. White covered the creation of the UN in a number of essays for The New Yorker, from 1943 to 1946. In one history of the UN, White was characterized as "the most droll and brilliant of journalists in favor of world government." White's essays on the subject were collected in his book, The Wild Flag, the only overtly political book he wrote in his career. Wear and loss to the spine ends; very good in wrappers. From the author's own library, via his descendants. [#033511] SOLD

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