Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1941.
First edition. xvi, 460 pp. Original cloth lettered in gilt. Fine, lightly shelf worn with unmarked text, toned with age, in Good dust jacket, price-clipped, chipped along top of front panel and at head, worn and a little chipped along folds, spine panel toned and faded. Rare in jacket. According to the front flap herein the author "shows that indignation against George III was not spontaneous but manufactured by the few and conveyed to the many." A WWII-era reappraisal of the role of propaganda in colonial society. The author's first book. Item #140939077