Richmond, VA: Whittet & Shepperson, Printers, 1889. 31p., top of spine lightly worn; evenly toned, generally very good.
Critique of the Monroe Doctrine, in the form of a telephone conversation between an American and an Englishman (such a conversation being a futuristic fantasy at the time). "Then let the American eagle spread its wings benignly around the stars and stripes, and shield them in the strife which a lofty ambition has imposed upon them." - back cover.