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Chains of Gold: A Story and a Study of Imperialism by  Edward B McCONNELL - First Edition - [1929] - from Lorne Bair Rare Books and Biblio.com

Chains of Gold: A Story and a Study of Imperialism

by McCONNELL, Edward B

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Philadelphia: Dorrance & Company, [1929]. First Edition. Hardcover. First Printing. Octavo (19.5cm.); publisher's cloth in decorative dust jacket printed in red and black; 176pp. Some biopredation to jacket extremities with small triangular loss at spine foot only just missing text, spine toned, small closed tear at top edge of rear panel, else Very Good and sound. Exceedingly uncommon novel of imperialistic wrongs committed globally, written in response to Sir Edward Grigg's work "The Greatest Experiment in History." No copies in the trade as of December, 2017; seven copies only in OCLC.




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