Organized Labor: Its Problem, Purposes and Ideals and the Present and Future of American Wage Earners
Place Published: Philadelphia
Publisher: American Book and Bible House
Date Published: 1903
Book Id: 37494
436pp. Octavo [23 cm] Red cloth over boards with light pink and green ink stamping. Decorative floral endsheets. Good only. The spine and covers have numerous areas of severe abrasion. Large portions of the ink stamping have been rubbed away. The spine is sunned, and bumped at the edges. The underlying boards are exposed at the corners of the covers. The front endsheet is cracked along the hinge, and there are several small cracks in the rear endsheet along the hinge. There is a tiny loss from the top fore edge corner of the front free endsheet, and again from the front flyleaf. The front flyleaf has an owner's name in pen, and an embossed stamp.
Chapters include "The Oppression of Labor under the Factory System," "British Labor in Self-Defense," "Organized Labor versus Unorganized Labor," "The Work of Women and Children," "The Proper Conduct of a Strike," and much more.