Title: Conversations between the Rabbi of the ...
Publisher: St. Paul, MN: D. Ramaley
Publication Date: 1893
Book Condition: Near Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: 1st Edition
Presumed first edition. 371 p. plus 4 p. adv. The rest of the title of this book is, "being a series of discussions, pro and con of the labor problem, monopolies and trusts, mission of machinery, tariff, fads in education, official incompetency, posthumous benefices, newspapers, patent laws, the coming millenium, Sabbath observance, the silver question, single tax, paternalism, etc., etc." The author uses the device of conversations among as variety of diners at a boarding house to add interest and allow for a neutral approach to the issues. The assemblage includes a banker; a manufacturer; a doctor; an editor; a "magazine contributor, a slightly affected spiritist;" the landlady, others, and of course the rabbi. Octavo (8" x 5"), brown cloth hard cover, very near fine with very light wear at extremities, giltl titles on spine, endpapers with petite flowers. Bookseller Inventory # 022416HY
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