Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Including, besides a reprint of the report of the War Industries Board of World War I, Mr. Baruch's own program for total mobilization of the nation as presented to the War Policies Commission in 1931, and current material on priorities and price fixing. Black cloth boards are rubbed on edges. Pages are clean, text has no markings, binding is sound.
NY, Prentice Hall, 1941, 1st edition hardcover, blue cloth, very good sound tight copy, moderate wear to cover extremities, no dust jacket, 498 pages, 6"x9-1/4", no dust jacket. Small ink previous owner address stamp on free front endpaper, otherwise unmarked. mxx.
Very Good. No dust jacket present. Ex-Library Withdrawn. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 498 pages. "Total defense must plan to fight to win, and above all to survive war. This means some plan along lines similiar to the experience tested by the United States War Industries Board of 1917 and 1918. It must mobilize men, money, material, morale-all resources-to give to the war-making agencies and those allied with them, such as shipping and blockade, what they want when they want it, without necessary deprivation or exploitation of civilizations. This volume contains documents which will show what should be done and what should be avoided." VERY GOOD HARDCOVER, ex-library withdrawn.
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