New York: Morrison I Swift Press, 1906.
Hardcover. Good+ with no dust jacket. Item #14127
Library REBIND, library stamps/marks/labels/pocket, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover. ; "Those who would rescue the ideal principle of sex union must attack the social structure fundamentally; they must pronounce for a social order in which the best can breed the race and rear it in the best manner." ... It is the "Capitalist Bosses" or, to use his alliterative term, the "Belly Billionaires", against which our author's fierces philippics are directed. They are the rebel cells in the race economy, independent organisms feeding upon it as their pasture, the tapeworm of the social body coiled in the alimentary canal of the people - consuming the food intended for their feeding, bringing on race emaciation and exhaustion." - book review in The Public, Volume 9 (1906), pages 667-668. Wide-ranging attack on social norms by a life-long agitator for a variety of causes. ; Ex-Library; 270 pages.