n.p.: n.p., [196-?]. White wrappers printed in black (6 ¼” x 9 ¼”), vii, 87 pp. Wrappers are rubbed and scuffed with some browning to edges, VG.
An anonymously published edition of George’s popular pamphlet that outlines the genetic differences between blacks and whites (and the subsequent social, intellectual and criminal differences) and argues against the Boasian promotion of "mixing children of all races in schools and playgrounds...as a means of bringing about interracial mixing of blood." George's report was reprinted and distributed widely, most prominently by the National Putnam Letters Committee and segregationist, John Synon's, Patrick Henry Press, but also by the Britons in England. A racialist classic. Item #06132