Preserving Western Culture, One Dollar Book at a Time

14 new crappy old books.

Preserving Western Culture One Dollar Book at a Time is Hard Work. Here’s what’s noteworthy about today’s catch.

“When a man thus looses faith in himself and the will to make himself count in his community and age, he is done for. He marks time to the end of his life. Somehow, it is true, society finds room for him; but it is merely a special nook where he may work out a half-way mode of living.”

Lew Sarett and William Trufant Foster. Basic Principles of Speech. Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston. 1936.

I’m looking at you, Mr. Low Man on the Totem Pole. Think about it. No only is your behavior deplorable, but you’ve lost faith in yourself.