Book Description

Pteface: 'I understand that the views expressed in this little book are not held by any school of thought, that they do not represent the policy of any organization ... Though new to this generation, most of them have been held and stated by leading thinkers and statesman in the past. Locke in England, Turgot in France ... advocated a single tax on land values'. Mary Fels, the German-born American philanthropist. Marking to boards , still shine to cloth, spine quite sunned and with a twist, endpapers show a partial map of Asia but the rear ffep has one stain from glue used to affix the letter, dedication verso title page, general browning to pages, otherwise clear and without marking.
Dealer Notes
Copac notes just thirteen copies are held in UK institutions.
Sale notice affixed to fep 'Chatsworth The Attic Sale '
Author J Orr
Date 1912
Binding Green boards
Publisher King
Condition Good, bumping to corners , small stains to front and rear boards
Pages 116

Price: £20.00

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