New York: Manhattanville Press, 1919. First Edition. Anti-Socialist dystopia, described by Lewis as "dull, and not only anti-Socialist, but anti-feminist and anti-Irish as well." Pallen (1858-1929) was a prolific Catholic writer; as Chairman of the National Civic Federation's Department of Subversive Movements, he proved an "indignant foe of restricted immigration, feminism, and social radicalism" (DAB). NEGLEY 881. LEWIS p.142. SARGENT p.84. Small octavo (19.5cm.); cloth boards and white printed dustjacket; 215pp. Dusting to upper edge of text block, else Fine. In scarce dustjacket, rubbed and slightly soiled, Very Good.