London: Philip Allan, 1925. First edition. Hardcover. xxvii, 289,  pp., frontispiece; octavo, original orange cloth. "The contents of the present volume are meant as a further plea for the greater spirit of tolerance with regard to the aspirations and activities of those who do not conform to our own...
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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1926. First edition. Hardcover. xiii, , 240 pp., small octavo, original maroon cloth with gilt title. "The present volume . . . comprises the cycle of the three years' disputation, 1922-1925, with [William Jennings] Bryan and other fundamentalists . . ." (from introduction to the Chapter I. Crossing Swords with the Fundamentalists).
New York: Anthropoligical Press, nd (1935?). Edition limited to 1500 copies, this #1044. Hardcover. Japon vellum spine and red boards; octavo, xxxiii, 233 pp., illustrated. A prurient study of sexual relations between adult males and prepubescent boys, cloaked in the guise of anthropology.