Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius, 1929. 32mo, saddle-stapled in wraps. Gibbs 1487, in the earliest noted contents and binding.
One of the best works by the Catholic Priest turned freethought writer, one of the most prolific authors in the Haldeman-Julius milieu. ",,, I felt that the last useful word I could give my generation, if it was to be yhe last word, was my acrid opinion that they were slaves to old shibboleths and verbiages and had better get rid of the last trace of that ignoble servitude before they could hope to be able to see clearly enough to build anything."
Near fine with a crease to back cover and usual toning. Item #30371