From the private library of Prime Minister Anthony Eden, America Looks to the Future: Four Speeches by American Statesmen, part of the Oxford America Faces the War series.
Twelvemo, 32pp. Original wraps from publisher, bound with staple at spine. Thumb marks and soiling to covers, solid binding. Includes bookplate from the Anthony Eden estate.
Marginalia from Anthony Eden on his introduction, noting: “There will be difficulties….I can help for now for I know us better,” likely a note for a later speech. A great piece.
This pamphlet is #14 of the America Faces the War series, the writings of distinguished Americans on the problems facing the United States because of World War II. Speeches in this pamphlet include the following: The March of Freedom by Henry A. Wallace, Danger and Opportunity by Milo Perkins, The Frontier of Human Welfare by Sumner Welles, and The Will of Democracy by Ambassador John G. Winant.