New York: Galleon Press, (1935). 156 p. 1st ed. Sargent p. 103. Negley 450. Very good in d.w. with a short edge tear & a few chips. 
This novel is referred to as a "dystopian satire" by Sargent. According to the blurb, it "is in the direct tradition of Dean Swift, presenting as it does, a seemingly innocent and delightful story of the curious customs practiced in the mythical land of Not-me, yet packed with the most deadly sort of barbed wire." The author is described as a "young rabbi born and reared in California"