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1 RIDER, Fremont Great Dilemma of World Organization. First Edition in dustjacket, Signed
Reynal & Hitchcock, 1946, 1946 
RIDER, Fremont. The Great Dilemma of World Organization. New York : Reynal & Hitchcock, (1946). First Edition. Pp. (8),[1]-85,(3). 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine.

Arthur Fremont Rider (b. May 25, 1885, Trenton, New Jersey - d. October 26, 1962, Middletown, Conn.) American writer, poet, editor, inventor, genealogist, librarian and biographer of Melvil Dewey. "For his contributions to library science and as a librarian at Wesleyan University he was named one of the 100 Most Important Leaders of Library Science and the Library Profession in the twentieth century by the official publication of the American Library Association."

This work proposes a true One-World government.

Chapters :
1. The Dilemma;
2. Previous Attempts at Solving the Dilemma;
3. The New Solution;
4. How It Can Be Made Possible;
5. The Question of Exact Statistical Accuracy;
6. The Translation of Our "Yard Stick" into Political Practice;
7. Bringing the World-State into Being;
8. But We Would Still Have Countries of Our Own;
9. The Powers and Duties of the World-State.

Positive dustjacket blurbs by Albert Einstein, Thomas Mann, Norman Thomas, Louis Bromfield, Supreme Court Justice Owen J. Roberts, and others.

Two faint scrapes to front cloth, small portion of upper corner on last leaf missing, else very good in price-clipped dustjacket (some browning, a few short tears and chips to edges). Author's signed gift inscription to flyleaf, dated "Sept. '46". 65.00

Price: 65.00 CDN
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