[Oakland, California]: International Registration Bureau (Pacific Coast Division of North America), 1938. Fourth edition. Paperback. Paperback turquoise octavo in stiff paper boards. Folded publishers letter pasted in. xiv, 313 pages ; 18 cm. Moderate rubbing to covers. Moderate chipping to head and foot of spine. Moderate bumping and rubbing to corners. Mild soiling to covers. Else pages clean and binding tight. Good. Item #89994
Contents: Our early history and sixty successful years of secret service -- The world's hidden rulers -- The international legion of vigilantes and the leadership of eternal right ideas -- Universal security, peace and happiness versus poverty, fear and war -- The golden rule or the rule of gold--which shall it be? -- 40,000 principalities--one thousand million slaves, and death for all of the world's educated and religious peoples. Such are the results which will constitute the successful culmination of the century old plans of mankind's hidden rulers -- Shall Jesus or Judas prevail? -- Christians wanted! -- Mankind's self-appointed gods and the monster called "Greed" -- The priceless gift of life and what we do with it -- Shall we be master builders or master murderers?..."Extermination" or "economic equality"?...Mankind must choose -- Limitless fields of interest...a "universe to explore -- Does our world belong any more to one than to another? -- Earnings--hours--education--generous benefits and ample vacations -- The universal service corporation--equallyowned--equally controlled--equally beneficial -- Bigoted skepticism and inevitable extermination--or--intelligent co-operation and "economic equality"...which shall it be? -- Mankind united--and--the international 4-4-8-3-4 club -- Not a mad dream -- Christians of the world!...Have you the courage to accept our invitation? -- A call to arms and a brief summary of the institute's program--what you can do to help. || Catalogue of the James J. Kopp Collection of works by and about Edward Bellamy and American utopian literature,; 648a || Economics -- Miscellanea.
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