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Hand and brain: a symposium of essays on socialism by William Morris, Grant Allen, George Bernard Shaw, Henry S. Salt, Alfred Russel Wallace, and Edward Carpenter.

Other Authors: Carpenter, Edward, 1844-1929., Wallace, Alfred Russel, 1823-1913., Salt, Henry Stephens, 1851-1939., Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950, Allen, Grant, 1848-1899., Morris, William, 1834-1896.
Language(s): English
Published: Aurora, N.Y., Done into a book by the Roycrofters at the Roycroft Shop, 1898.
Subjects: Socialism.
Note: "Of this edition on hand-made Kelmscott paper but seven hundred twenty copies were printed and types then distributed. Each book is numbered & this book is no. 71."
Printer's device on recto of leaf at end: initials.
Physical Description: 142 p. 24 cm.
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