Which Way to a Free World? (B-551); A Consideration of the Difference Between the Natural and Supernatural, with Reasons Why the Former Is the Better Way to Go. Robert G. INGERSOLL.

Which Way to a Free World? (B-551); A Consideration of the Difference Between the Natural and Supernatural, with Reasons Why the Former Is the Better Way to Go

Girard: Haldeman-Julius Company, [1950]. Pamphlet. 8vo. 8.5"x5.5" Staple-bound wraps. 7 pp. of "Notes and Comments" by Haldeman-Julius. 24 pp.
Many creases, marks, and a faded stamp on covers. Title page and p. 24 discolored from offset orange color of wraps. Toning throughout. Tight and clean.
This is a reprint of Ingersoll's philosophical lecture. Though the wraps are colored orange, this is considered to be part of Emanuel Haldeman-Julius' "Big Blue Book" series, an offshoot of his more recognized "Little Blue Books." Haldeman-Julius was a prolific socialist publisher, editor, author, and social reformer, best known for his series of inexpensive paperbacks covering intellectual subjects like literature, politics, religion, fine arts, history, and more. There were 2300 unique titles in the series and most are very collectible. Good. Item #963

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