Peace Is Dangerous
New York: National Guardian, . Very Good. Item #12672
New York: National Guardian, . First Edition. Octavo. 16 pp, including covers. Photo-illustrated wraps. Toning and light edgewear to wraps; printing flaw to front photo. One sentence underlined in pencil, else pages unmarked. Binding is sound.
Full text of a speech given by Du Bois on Armistice Day in Boston in 1951, touching upon the effects of industrialism, American colonialism, and the causes and effects of WWI, the Russian Revolution, and WWII. No copies in retail at time of this writing.
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