New York: Thames and Hudson, (1995). 352 pp. Illus. with 300 color and 117 b/w photos and reproductions. 4to. Cloth. First edition. A fine copy in a fine dust jacket. As new. Item #28104
Prepared for the fist exhibit at the Wolfsonian, this collection of essays delves into the collection and examines the response to modernity as the struggle between the modern and anti-modern, the progressive and the reactionary, and the use of design by both the reformer and the propagandist.