New York: The Revisionist Press, 1973. 8vo (8 3/8 x 5 3/8 inches; 215 x 138 mm), 44 pages, in printed wrappers. Controversial "revisionist" historian Harry Elmer Barnes argues that American liberals had once supported neutrality, disarmament, and peace. But he maintains their "lust for power" led them to embrace interventionism in World War II and in Korea., with disastrous consequences for America at home and abroad. Barnes (1889-1968) was an isolationist but was also known to have had pro-German sympathies. OCLC shows 37 institutional holdings of this pamphlet. But there were none in commerce as of December 7, 2019. SCARCE. Item #2150
CONDITION: Soiling and foxing to wrappers and to a few pages. Otherwise clean and bright. About Very Good.