New York: Madison & Marshall, 1936. Second printing, same year as first. Octavo. Cloth boards; dustjacket; 236pp. Tight, Near Fine copy in original pictorial dustwrapper by Harry Douglas, slightly worn and darkened on spine. Presentation copy, inscribed on front endpaper: "The very best luck in the world for America first last and always," signed John B. Snow (possibly John Ben Snow, co-director of the Woolworth's Department Store chain). Includes laid-in "Publisher's Notice" identifying the author of the work as right-wing newspaperman Fred R. Marvin. Anti-New Deal polemic.