Boston: The Liberty Press, 1927. Hardcover. 111p., first edition, very good in the original dark red cloth binding with only minor edge wear, Full one-page handwritten, signed letter from Swift laid in, with a passing reference to Hitler and an anti-Semitic tirade.
Swift was an anti-imperialist, anarchist and utopian fiction writer. Here he writes on the damage religion has done to America, with a heavy emphasis on Judaism (with sections such as "The Jewish raid on Palestine"), and some anti-Catholic and anti-Protestant sections.