New York / London: Augustus M. Kelley, Bookseller / The Labour Publishing Company Ltd. 1963. 109p., calendared paperstock, text is reproduced photographically; original 7x4.5 inch green cloth boards gilt, but an ex library copy with plentiful accession and de-accession marks. Few signs of any handling. The Workers' Library, First Series / Reprints of Economic Classics.
"In Capital Marx several times refers to Hodgskin, and his debt to him is undoubted and acknowledged..It has remained for another German, Mr Max Beer, to do Hodgskin something like justice in his account of the origins of British Socialism" (see p.16).