London: The Fabian Society, January 1929 First edition, issued as Fabian Tract No. 226. Publisher's cream paper wrappers, printed in black. Near fine, with some minor oxidation to the staple binding, light creasing to the otherwise fresh pages. A bright and pleasing copy. The League of Nations is George Bernard Shaw's essay on the League of Nations based on his visit to the annual Assembly in Geneva in 1928. The Fabian Society, an English socialist organization, began issuing the Fabian Tracts in 1884 as part of their gradual reform policy. Shaw, who joined the Fabian Society within its first year of existence, wrote several of the Fabian Tracts and edited the society's most notorious tract Fabian Essays in Socialism (1889).. 1st Edition.. Soft Cover. Near Fine. (Inventory #: GBS008)
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