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Pasadena: Self-published, (1920). 12mo. Red cloth, stamped in gilt. 329 p. + ads. 1st edition. Ahouse A27a. Hanna 3242. Rideout p. 294. This copy is from the library of the Krotona Institute of Theosophy in Hollywood. This is an interesting association copy in view of the unflattering remarks Sinclair made..... 
Pasadena: Self-published, (1920). 16mo. Wraps. 329 p. With ads laid in. 1st edition, paperback issue. Ahouse A27a. According to the cover: "The hero of this book is a 100% American; a red-blooded patriot, a 'he-man' and no mollycoddle. He becomes a secret agent, an 'under cover operative,' and we are..... 
Pasadena: Self-published, ca.1937. 5 1/2 x 18 1/2 in. Broadside. Not located in Gottesman (but see Gottesman A1816 & A1817). Sinclair tries to drum up support for a weekly syndicated newpaper column. As a sample he offers free of charge (after September 23, 1937) his article entitled "Stealing One Another's.....