New York: The Dial Publishing Co, .
First edition, [issued as Number 2 in the Dial Reprints series (from April 5, 1919 issue of 'The Dial')]. 21pp. PUBLISHED BY 'THE DIAL' IN 1919, WHEN VEBLEN WAS AN EDITOR. Light crease on covers and text (where folded, with single vertical crease), tanning to covers, else a very good copy OCLC locates 7 copies. Item #329592
A scarce publication in the first edition.
Fred Schwarzkopf's copy (social activist), with his name rubberstamped on front cover, and he has made a small notation on cover (two small red ink numbers). Schwarzkopf, a Jewish socialist, was born in Austria in 1895. He emigrated to Bridgeport, Connecticut at age three, joined the Socialist Party in 1914, worked as a carpenter, and was a secretary in the Carpenter's Union. He had a large collection of Socialist literature.
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