New York: AMS Press Inc., 1973. Hardcover. Reprint of the 1901 edition; 371p., text and images reproduced clearly, small hardbound in 7x5 inch red-orange cloth boards spine-titled gilt. No ownership markings or any other sort besides ours, entirely clean and sound, a very good copy.
American art critic Hartmann, descended from German and Japanese parentage, was instrumental in shaping modernist criticism of photography and the arts at the turn of the century. A disciple of Whitman, the critic became a philosophical anarchist as well. Here, Hartmann argues unabashedly for a new international order based on the popular vote, permanent international courts and police, and more.