New York: Pageant Press, (1962). 8vo. Cloth. 87 p. 1st ed. Fine in near fine d.w. 
According to the dust wrapper blurb this book is a "searing indictment of those aspects of policy which have led to the institution of the welfare state, the decline of cultural and educational standards and the growth of disloyalty and espionage in America ... This record of misguided an tragically erroneous policy is ably documented from the personal files of its author ... and is drawn principally from his experiences as a plant-security officer during World War II and as a correspondent in Spain during the Spanish Civil War. While the focus of [the book] is on the period of World War II, it offers a panoramic view of our entire era, from our entrance into World War I to such current matters as the recent Supreme Court decision requiring the registration of members of the Communist Party"