Anand, India: Charotar Book Stall, 1968. First Edition. The back-to-the-land agrarian theorist's definition of the three categories of possession "which cannot be morally treated as property" under "trusterty"--human beings, natural resources, and legal grants. The author defines "trusterty" as a substitute for land ownership based on the early Christian rejection of property and Gandhian trusteeship. Octavo (21.5cm.); publisher's grey cloth, gilt-lettered spine; viii,595pp. Spine cloth rather sunned, contemporary ownership signatures to front pastedown and free endpaper of a Bill Harvey and Terry Brandon with occasional underlining and marginalia to first twenty-odd pages, else Very Good and sound.