New York: Harper & Brothers, (1941).
First edition. Corners a little bumped, near fine without dustwrapper. Inscribed by the author: "To H.A. Morgan in gratitude for his lessons in the method of democratic process, from Julian Huxley. March 1942." Tipped to the front pastedown is a nice Typed Letter Signed from Huxley to Morgan, a scientist at the Tennessee Valley Authority, sending the book and reminiscing fondly about a recent visit by Huxley to Morgan in Knoxville, talking about Anglo-American economic cooperation, and additional substantive matters. Laid in is a newspaper clipping and photo of Huxley and Morgan discussing economic matters.