How to Abolish Poverty [Inscribed by the Association]. George L. RECORD, intro Amos Pinchot, foreword James G. Blauvelt, appendix A W. Madsen.

How to Abolish Poverty [Inscribed by the Association]

Jersey City: George L. Record Memorial Association, [1936]. First Edition. Posthumously published "program of political action to end the present and prevent future depressions, provide permanent employment for all, increase the production of wealth and secure its more equitable distribution" (title page). Record (1859-1933), was an active, though somewhat unsuccessful, New Jersey politician, acting as advisor to governor Woodrow Wilson and lieutenant to Theodore Roosevelt in the Progressive Party. Octavo (20.5cm.); original blue cloth, upper cover and spine lettered and ruled in silver; 201pp.; plain photographic portrait frontispiece. Textblock edges foxed, else Fine. Inscribed in a rather childish hand "Compliments of George L. Record Memorial Association" on front free endpaper.

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