New York: Rinehart & Company, Inc., (1955). First edition. 8vo, original black cloth spine, cream boards, white lettering, [viii], 305 pages. Original printed dust jacket. A little staining to the lower margins; jacket shows signs of some light loving juvenile penciling at an early date, with a three-inch closed tear and some additional light wear and soiling; a very good copy in a good, sound dust jacket. Item #13631
A presentation copy, inscribed in ink on the front free endpaper, "Saul -- who if he agrees will I trust help spread my dream since dreams make history. M.L.E." The New York lawyer lays out his predictions at length for cheap energy, ample leisure and resources, racial integration and harmony, small government and the free flow of ideas, and Freudian enlightenment for all: "Virtue will tak the place of morality. So in 1976 the bringing up of children with reduced jealousy for siblings, with immunized Oedipean loves or hates, and with clean, gay attitudes toward matters sexual will became a new art." Not noted in Sargent.