Title and copyright pages both state 1951 with no statements of subsequent printings. Boards are navy blue with gold lettering on the spine. The dust jacket lacks any statement of printing on the front flap. The back dust jacket panel features a photo of the author followed by a 14 line biography that does not mention anything about being an Army veteran. The front of the dust jacket has the phrase the superstitions of "Academic Freedom" in black, with the first two words in all lowercase letters. Later printing dust jackets have this phrase in white with the first two words capitalized.
Picture of the 1951 first edition dust jacket for God and Man at Yale.
Picture of the first edition copyright page for God and Man at Yale.
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Picture of the back dust jacket for the first edition of God and Man at Yale.
Picture of the first edition Henry Regnery Company boards for God and Man at Yale.
Picture of the back dust jacket flap for the first edition of God and Man at Yale.
Picture of the first edition title page for God and Man at Yale.
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