Chicago: The Tower Press, 1932. 105p., cover states tenth printing (of the "second edition," but same pagination as 1931 "first") decorated 7x5 inch wraps with some wear, external handling soil, and oodles of red and blue linings and notes within, title page especially. Former owner's address label on cover (pre-ZIP, she lived in Malibu).
"An alarmist view of the spread of communism in America from the extreme right. The author asserts that schools, colleges, churches, and liberal organizations have all been heavily infiltrated, and the America is seriously threatened by an unholy alliance of parlor pinks, gutter Reds, and anarchists." *Seidman H3.