Boston: T. Bedlington, 1828. Hard Cover. 218 pp. Boards are discolored, corners bumped. Black spine w/ gilt lettering is chipped head and foot, front hinge starting. Interior foxed. Pencil notations on rear eps. A tight pocket-sized copy of this classic work. At 170 years old, it's not perfect, but it is intact and readable. Very Good.
Charlottesville, VA: The Michie Company Printers, 1932. Wraps. Second Edition. 130 pp. Subtitle: "A Survey of the Destruction of Constitutional Government and of Civil and Economic Liberty in the United States and the Rise of an All-Embracing Federal Bureaucratic Despotism." Mustard-colored wraps are a little soiled, edges have a few spots of foxing. Black lettering on front with drawing of octopus. P.O. signature on ffep. Author bills himself as a member of the St. Louis Bar. There are penciled marks in the margins throughout. Very Good.
New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1899. Hard Cover. First Edition. First US Edition. Part of The Imperial Interest Library. Burgundy cloth covered boards with gold embossed titling to cover boards and spine. Bumping and scuffing to boards, two tiny tears along hinge at front panel, dark green endpapers with small tears starting at gutter, front pastedown has "Paragon Book Gallery" sticker at foot of cover board near gutter. Light foxing within. Good.
New York & Cincinnati: The Abingdon Press, 1923. Hardcover. First Edition. Later Printing. 222 pp. 12mo. 3 b/w photo ills. Cover lettered and ruled front and spine in navy. Creases at spine ends, wear to corners. B/w dj illustrated on front w/picture of young man outside castle. Dj is scuffed and edgeworn, with a 2" segment removed from lower spine end. P.o. penciled on ffep. Ffep shadowed. Text block occasionally underlined. An advocate for a post-WW I League of Youth marshals his arguments. Very Good / Good.
New York: Madison & Marshall, Inc., 1936. Wraps. First Edition. Third Printing. 184 pp. Subtitle: "An Expose of Un-American Activities and Political Action in the United States since 1860." Gray wraps lettered in black on front. Spine sunned. Edges foxed, else clean and tight. Author was not a senator; Alaska was not yet a state. Basically, a diatribe against the New Deal. Very Good.