Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius, nd. 32mo, cream saddle-stapled wraps. Gibbs 1543, noted variation, in the LBB(2) binding with the larger union slug.
The former Catholic priest turned freethough philosopher's assessment of the threat of WWII, which first appeared in the series about 1930. "War is no more inevitable than dirt we lack the will to be clean."
Wrapper rubbed through for about 3/4" above the staple, but still sturdy, and otherwise very good. Item #30231