The Psychology of Socialism
1928, the first UK edition of this classic study
First UK edition. Hardback, bound the original red cloth with gilt titling to spine. 22 × 14cm, 509pp
Henry De Man's work is a classic on the psychology of socialism. It was written in the post-Bolshevik revolutionary era, at the height of the Weimar democracy in Germany; and derives its strength from a close and hard look at how socialism operated in one country. It is considered one of the greatest such efforts in the post-World War I period.
This copy is in very good condition for age. There is a little dulling to the covers and it has "File Copy" stamped to the title page and ffep but the main body of text has secure binding and clean pages.