London: Golden Galley Press, Ltd. / Anglobooks, 1949. First American edition. Hardcover. G (Moderate wear along outer spine, average aging overall; last page has tanning, others are perfectly clear.). Cream & blue & illus. paper boards, 137 pp. A critical review of American culture, as assessed by a British writer. Published first in England, then presumably released in America in order to thwart misconceptions. "There are more children over 40 in America than anywhere else in the world," Wayman claims. According to the back cover summary, the book "will be called anti-American but it is only anti-American because it is pro-civilisation." Is this a sociologial study, or a humorous attribute? Only the reader can decide. (Inventory #: 155602)
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