New York: Richard R. Smith, 1939. First Edition. Cloth. Very Good. First Edition. 331 pages. Red cloth binding with gilt titles. Previous owner's stamp (National Council for Prevention of War" on front flyleaf. Top page edges dirty. Generally clean internally. A sound copy. Cloth. "Obviously the first essential to a national defense worthy of the name is a clear understanding of what is meant by this word democracy which even the most ardent champions of the democratic system seem unable or unwilling to define. What brings a nation into the sacred circle of democracy? .... These are questions inextricably bound up with our national defense. Democracy and World Dominion is an attempt to answer them." (from the foreword) Surprisingly scarce in the trade.
(Inventory #: 25954)
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