Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1919. First Edition. Octavo (19.5cm.); publisher's grey paper-covered boards stamped in pale yellow; ,468pp.; frontispiece and one plate. Just About Fine, albeit lacking dust jacket. Lengthy inscription on front free endpaper from the author to Baraboo, Wisconsin, newspaper editor H.E. Cole: "My dear Sir: As a participant in the campaign for Americanism, made [?] by the patriotic press in Wisconsin during the war, a campaign upon which this story is based, you may find matters of interest in it. I am therefore sending you this copy with my compliments. Yours very truly, Samuel Hopkins Adams / Ensenore, N.Y. / Jan. 12, 1919." HANNA 18: "A patriotic midwestern editor fights corrupt business men and politicians as well as German machinations in World War I." SMITH A-71.