New York: The Macmillan Company, 1931. First (Unstated). Hardcover. Good, clean, tight contents but with fading to covers and fraying to head of spine. Dj faded, age-toned, torn at edges, but still protective.. Royal purple cloth/boards; gilt lettering. Formerly yellow (now beige with yellow flaps) dj with red stripes and black lettering. 210 pp. with no illustrations. Awarded the John G. Agar prize of $3,000 for the best book on the soul of America in a contest sponsored by The National Arts Club. A defense and interpretation of the machine age, tracing those factors and influences that shaped America's concept of the state, religion, art and literature, and education. The author surveys trends and predicts the probable effect of the machine age upon the individual.
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