America's Answer to the Russian Challenge. In which electric power, as a common denominator, is requisitioned to throw light on the Russian enigma and the challenge it presents to Western Civilization

San Francisco: Farallon Press, 1931. xi, 171p., many pages uncut, very good hardcover in edgeworn dj. Lengthy inscription by author on title page.

An expert in electrical power, Sibley left a conference in Berlin in 1930 to explore the Soviet Union and examine its power infrastructure. He ideosyncratic argument is that the Soviets are striving to emulate the US and that the USSR will become more American over time.

Cat.No: 146870

Price: $25.00