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The Autobiography of Mother Jones by  Fred (intro/biblio)  Clarence (foreword)/Thompson - Paperback - 3rd edition - 1974 - from Barbarossa Books Ltd. and

The Autobiography of Mother Jones

by Jones, Mother (Jones, Mary Harris)/Parton, Mary Field (ed)/Darrow, Clarence (foreword)/Thompson, Fred (intro/biblio)

Condition: VG, spine sunned

Chicago: Charles H. Kerr Publishing Co., 1974. 3rd edition. VG, spine sunned. xlv, 242 p., photos, biblio, trade paperback;


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