This small booklet features the musings of acclaimed aviation developer and baseball player Alfred Lawson. Lawson infamously disregarded the understood laws of physics and attempted to espouse his own. Teeming with his own terminology, this booklet goes on to explain "modern" economics and how the rational man can make something of himself for his country. After years of failing to have his teachings adopted as science, Lawson would eventually attempt to form the religion of Lawsonomy. Before his death, Lawson claimed to have found the means to allow humans to live for 200 years.
This booklet is in excellent condition for its age with little to no wear.
This booklet measures 7.75" x 5.25" and contains 80 pages.
AB - 103140 - 072319