New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1963. Hardcover. vi, 248p., illus., signed by Lamb, first edition, previous owner's name, a few pages creased else very good condition in a slightly chipped dj.
"The autobiography of a liberal lawyer and business man, who had represented unions during the depression years and helped organize the National Lawyers Guild. Chapter 10, "McCarthyism in Flower" (pp.123-36), tells of charges during the McCarthy period that Lamb had been a communist, and of his troubles in getting approval from the Federal Communications Commission of applications relating to his television interests. The FTC hearings, which ended in a victory for Lamb, are described in chapters 11-13." *Seidman L41.