Winston S. Churchill | Liberalism and the Social Problem. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1909
Winston S. Churchill
Liberalism and the Social Problem. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1909
8vo. Minor toning. Original red cloth, cover and spine gilt-lettered.
FIRST ENGLISH EDITION
This was Churchill's first widely-distributed hardcover collection of political speeches, many of them expressing "radical" Liberal views that were quite advanced for his time, prefiguring the modern social safety net that Churchill and David Lloyd George would set in motion.
A HANDSOME COPY
Cohen A29.1.a; Woods A15a
The cloth remains a deep, rich red, including and especially the usually fade-prone spine. The binding is crisp, the corners are sharp. The contents are unfoxed, with just a hint of toning along the front and rear hinges
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