New York: Funk & Wagnalls Company, 1909. First Edition. Lengthy treatise in favor of prohibition laid out in nativist terms: "Besodden Europe, worse bescourged than war, famine, and pestilence, sends here her drink-makers, her drunkard-makers, and her drunkards" (p. 234). Indeed, "For Hopkins, the coalition of all that is 'un-American' [is] represented by the polluting poison of alcohol" (Philip McGowan, "AA and the Redeployment of Temperance Literature," "Journal of American Studies," Vol. 48, no. 1, Feb. 2014, p. 66). 12mo (20cm.); publisher's teal cloth lettered and ruled in pale yellow; 376pp. Light shelf wear, some minor flaking to lettering, else Very Good to Near Fine.