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New York: McGraw-Hill, 1958. Hardcover. x, 104p., [iii] foreword, illustrated with comic drawings, very good first edition stated in quarter-cloth pictorial boards, price-clipped and worn red, very Red dj. "A brief and objective history of Russian Communism, the objective being to leave not one stone, but many, unturned, to state...
London: Socialist Platform, 1987. Paperback. This is the "second edition of Part I, revised and enlarged;" [viii], 136p., softbound in 8x5 inch decorated glossy wraps. Faint external signs of handling, tiny stain on halftitle, a good sound copy. James' foreword runs two pages; he bestows praise and one complaint.
Moscow: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1961. Hardcover. 105p., ribbon bookmark bound in, endpapers unevenly toned, previous owner's name on free front endpaper, else very good hardcover in worn and soiled pictorial dj. Historical novel told from the perspective of the young Lenin.