Outline History of the World Trade Union Movement
by William Z. Foster
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- Very Good/Good
Ridgeley, West Virginia, United States
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Text is clean and unmarked in a square and tight binding. Previous owner's name and address label is attached to the top of the front free end paper. Only defect is some age-toning. DJ has some stains and light wear around the outer edges. DJ spine is faded. DJ price is not clipped. From the front flap, "In this volume, the author, a foremost labor leader of the present era, traces the history of trade unionism throughout the world, from its beginning in England at the middle of the 18th century to the AFL-CIO merger."
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- Outline History of the World Trade Union Movement
- William Z. Foster
- Blue cloth with gilt lettering on the spine.
- Book Condition
- Used - Very Good
- Jacket Condition
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- International Publishers
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Date Published
- 0.00 lbs
- Trade Union Movement
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Ridgeley, West Virginia
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About Grampy's Bookcase
A private collector with over three thousand quality used books. Many books are quite old and cover many topics, particularly history and related social sciences. Included is a large collection of early and mid 20th century books on the history of the labor movement and socialist party in the United States. After a lifetime of collecting, looking for good homes for these prized editions.
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