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Through Consumption to Prosperity: An Outline of Major Douglas's Credit Proposals
London: Credit Resesarch Library, 1924. Original Wraps. Very Good. First Edition. 12mo. Staple-bound pamphlet; 15pp. Old soil to covers, internally clean. Scarce.
[Item #3819]
Price: $25.00
Through Consumption to Prosperity: An Outline of Major Douglas's Credit Proposals. Arthur Brenton.

New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1957. First Edition. Octavo. Cloth-backed boards; dustjacket; 242pp. Boards slightly sunned at edges, upper edge of text block lightly dusted; jacket lightly rubbed, marked and faded on spine panel, but still complete and unclipped, VG or better. Late novel by the author of Little Caesar...
[Item #18620]
Price: $40.00

The New Harmony Communities
Marion, Ind. Chronicle Company, 1902. Second Edition. History of the failed utopian Owenite community of New Harmony, founded in 1825 on the Wabash River in Posey County, Indiana, the original location of the Rappite town of Harmony. The society, consisting of approximately 1000 members by the end of its first...
[Item #24579]
Price: $200.00

The Story of the C.W.S. The Jubilee History of the Co-Operative Wholesale Society Limited, 1863-1913.
Machester: The Co-Operative Wholesale Society Limited, 1913. Very Good. First Edition. Original publisher's red gilt- and ink-stamped cloth (hardcover); 439pp. Covers bright and unsoiled; scattered internal foxing, front hinge starting. A solid, attractive copy.
[Item #1302]
Price: $30.00

The Collectivist Declaration
New York: The American Collectivist, 1934. First Edition. Manifesto for the Collectivist movement, borrowing from Marxist philosophy and communitarian doctrine, possibly intended as a reincarnation of the New York Collectivist Society of the early 1900s. Inside rear cover announces publication of Winn's "The American Collectivist" newspaper, but we find no...
[Item #3798]
Price: $75.00
The Collectivist Declaration. Ralph B. Winn.