ANGELL, Norman The Money Game. How To Play It. A New Instrument of Economic Education. J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd. 1928.
8vo. Original blue cloth, gilt vignette to front, gilt lettering to spine, in original dustwrapper, with small playing cards housed in mounted box to rear; pp. 168; small portion missing from rear panel of dustwrapper, pencil manuscript to one of the score cards and occasionally to margins, very good.
Second printing, a complete copy of this educational game devised by Norman Angell, who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1933 for his anti-war writings. This game seeks to explain complex problems of money and investment in a non-academic medium; it concerns the character of a shipwrecked sailor who, with only £100, must strive to acquire different industries by buying them from the other players.