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Good+ / No jacket. 1906 Charles H. Kerr & Company, Chicago. NOT ex-library. Hardcover has forest green cloth-covered boards with dark green spine and cover lettering. Front cover has dark green ruled borders and blind-stamped illustration of a hand holding a torch inside a circular border. Binding tight, but with a slight lean. Hinges NOT cracked. Corners and spine ends bumped and mildly rubbed. Covers have light surface and edge wear. Pages lightly and uniformly tanned but still supple. Pages clean and unmarked. 162 pages. No dust jacket. Carefully packed, shipped in a box. A volume in the International Library of Social Science series. Contents: The Sex-Passion; Man, the Ungrown; Woman: the Serf; Woman in Freedom; Marriage: A Retrospect; Marriage: A Forecast; The Free Society; Some Remarks on the Early Star and Sex Worships; Notes: On the Primitive Group-Marriage; Jealousy; The Family; Preventive Checks to Population; Appendix.
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