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Capital and Labor by  Arnold Petersen - Second Printing - 1939 - from Le Bookiniste and

Capital and Labor

by Petersen, Arnold

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New York: New York Labor News Company, 1939. Second Printing. 12mo (7 1/4 inches / 185 mm), 80 pages in illustrated red and yellow wrappers. Mild soiling and creasing to wrappers. Pages clean, bright and unmarked except for a couple of tiny ink marks near the bottom of the fore edge (printing error). A Very Good copy A collection of Depression-era essays from the Weekly People, a publication of the Socialist Labor Party. Many of the essays deal with the need for labor to assert its power and to end "wage slavery." Striking cover illustration, uncredited. SCARCE.

  • Bookseller: Le Bookiniste US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 1508
  • Title: Capital and Labor
  • Author: Petersen, Arnold
  • Book condition: Used
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: Second Printing
  • Publisher: New York Labor News Company
  • Place: New York
  • Date published: 1939
  • Keywords: Labor; Socialism; Marxism


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