ALA Liberty and Justice Book Awards (HISTORICAL)

About the ALA Liberty and Justice Book Awards Awards totalling $30,000, made by ALA, to authors of books published in 1956 and in 1957 which make distinguished contributions to the American tradition of liberty and justice.The purpose of the ALA Liberty and Justice Book Awards is to draw attention of Americans to outstanding books in this important area; to encourage authors and publishers in creating such books; to recognize those who do so.

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1958 Winner(s)

The Challenge of Soviet Education

written by George S. Counts; Published by McGraw-Hill

Churchill, Roosevelt, Stalin

written by Herbert Feis; published by Princeton University Press

The Prisoners of Combine D.

written by Len Giovannitti; published by Henry Holt and Co., Inc.