New York: Random House, 1958. First edition. Octavo, original navy cloth, uncut, original dust jacket. Top edge of book a bit dusty, corners a bit bumped. Toning to spine of dust jacket. Very good indeed. Item #35
"A REVOLUTIONARY PLAN FOR A CAPITALIST DISTRIBUTION OF WEALTH TO PRESERVE OUR FREE SOCIETY" First edition of this attempt by the authors to shake America from the economic complacency of the mid-1950's. The work is divided into two sections: The Idea of the Capitalist Revolution and The Program of the Capitalist Revolution. Appendix: The Concealment of the Declining Productivity of Labor in our Present Economy. Kelso was a San Francisco lawyer and Adler was well-known for his interest in Thomism, though he never converted to Catholicism. With Preface by Adler, dated February, 1958. The authors collaborated again on The New Capitalists (1961).