Philadelphia: Collins, Printer, 1867. 79, [1 blank] pp. Disbound, light foxing on final blank leaf. Very Good.
"In 1867, Carey wrote a series of letters to Massachusetts Senator Henry Wilson, who would become Grant's second vice president. Strongly disagreeing with Wilson's laissez-faire, free-trade politics, Carey collected these letters as Reconstruction, Industrial, Financial and Political." [Thomas, Brook: THE LITERATURE OF RECONSTRUCTION: NOT IN PLAIN BLACK AND WHITE, Johns Hopkins University Press, January 17, 2017, p.235.]
LCP 2022. Sabin 10842. OCLC notes 6 copies under four accession numbers, as of February 2019.]. Item #35650