The Confessions of a Hyphenated American a lecture delivered under the auspices of The League for Political Education, New York City

New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1916. 63p., first edition 7x4.3 inch clothbacked paper over boards, titling in a red and black panel; somewhat edgeword with a little card showing at corner tips, mildly crimped head and heel, a good clean copy. General pro-immigration sentiments in the context of World War I, devolving in the course of this essay to certain exceptions: l) patriots of Germany to go home 2) immigrant labor sufficiently remunerated that genuine US patriotism is promoted 3) selective Prohibition, since "the greatest enemy of the immigrant is the saloon" therefore "it is more necessary to prohibit the sale of liquor to certain groups of immigrants than to the Indians" (p.55).

Cat.No: 176770

Price: $25.00