New York: Contemporary Literary Pub. 1935. 59p., wraps mildly worn, short tears at spine; ownership stamp of George H. Hess, Jr.
Some significant contents, including Paul Robeson's "What now for the Negro?" and Bertrand Russell's Why I am not a Christian." Also includes "Sappho and the women of Lesbos" by Walter Siegmeister (arguing that the women of Lesbos were wrongly accused of "perversion" by patriarchal religious leaders who detested their matriarchy) and "A new philosophy of life" by Theodore Schroeder, among other articles.