New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1919. Hardcover. 367p., frontispiece and 3 plates, very good first edition in red cloth and gilt, mild wear in clipped pictorial dj with minor edge wear.
"An American girl fights against Bolshevism in New York following World War I." *Hanna 652. Frontispiece shows the heroine tearing the revolutionary flag from the hands of a "burly Jew," while color dj spread is a snow scene with, on horseback, two beautiful young Bolsheviki accompanied by a bandoleered cossack strumming a balalaika. IWW radicals rank among the book's villains.