Edition: 2nd printing.
New York: Dutton, 1946. Hardcover - Second book by the author of "Under Cover." In this he focuses on his undercover work since V-J day, posing as an 'Anglo-Saxon' veteran. He comments "Even I was alarmed at the scope of anti-Catholic, anti-Semitic, anti-Negro, anti-foreign-born bigotry which I discovered.. . while we have won a war of democracy over fascist evil abroad, we have allowed hate and prejudice to gain a firm foothold at home."INSCRIBED on the front endpaper "to -- with sincere best wishes" and dated in 1947. Index. 408 pp.
Condition: Good condition in blue cloth (fraying to the ends of the spine, bumping to edges, but sturdy binding, clean contents), lacking the dust jacket.