The Human Harvest: A Study of the Decay of Races Through the Survival of the Unfit

Jordan, David Starr

Published by American Unitarian Association, Boston, 1907
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Title: The Human Harvest: A Study of the Decay of ...

Publisher: American Unitarian Association, Boston

Publication Date: 1907

Binding: Hardcover

Edition: First edition


Very Good+. Jordan was a scientist, educator, peace advocate, and first President of Stanford University. His pacifism was partially the result of his racist, eugenicist, xenophobic views-- he felt that war destroyed the more manly and virile members of society leaving the weaker and inferior individuals to breed. Top edge gilt. Rough trimmed fore edge. Navy blue paper over boards, white cloth backstrip, and gilt titling on front and spine. Covers show light wear and soiling, with bumps to corners, toning/soiling to backstrip. Previous owner's name and brief notation in pencil at free front endpaper; otherwise interior is clean, crisp, tight & bright, unmarked. 122 pp. Approx. 5.5" x 7.75". A very nice copy and an excellent addition to your library. Carefully shipped in secure parcel. Ask all questions; glad to respond. Bookseller Inventory # 501669

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