[SOCIAL FICTION] [ANTI-COMMIE NOVELS] CHAMBERS, Robert W
The Crimson Tide. A Novel.
New York: Appleton, 1919. First Edition. Cloth boards; dustjacket; 367pp. Endpapers darkened, else a clean, bright copy, Near Fine. In scarce pictorial dustjacket, with one small chip at upper edge; panels rubbed and slightly soiled, with old clear tape reinforcements to verso; about Very Good. HANNA 652. A romance of the first Red Scare, in which a doughty heroine does battle against Bolshevists and the IWW following the First World War. A quote from the jacket gives expresses the general tenor of the work: "The Reds -- The Terrorists -- the country crawls with them. They work like moles...they are here, everywhere, active, scheming, plotting, whispering treason, stirring discontent, inciting envy, teaching treason -- ..."