Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius, 1922. 32mo, saddle-stapled in lightwraps printed in black. Gibbs 122b, second noted variation in the LBB(2) binding, with copyright date still present.
The transcript of a debate held in 1919 in London by the Rationalist Press Association, which Conan Doyle had once been a member of. McCabe was the former Catholic priest turned freethought philosopher who was one of the central writers in the Haldeman-Julius camp.
Very good with the usual toning, and fading to the extremities of the wraps, which have a little fraying at margins. Item #28760