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War - What For by  George R KIRKPATRICK - Hardcover - Fourth Edition - 1911 - from Lorne Bair Rare Books and

War - What For


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West La Fayette, OH: By the Author, 1911. Fourth Edition. Hardcover. The author's attempt to "focus labor's attention on the class war instead of the international struggle for markets" (EGBERT II, p. 281). The popularity of the book would lead to the author's being chosen as Allan Louis Benson's Vice Presidential nominee in the 1916 Socialist Party presidential campaign. "Twentieth Thousand." Octavo (20.5cm.); original green blind-ruled and gilt-lettered cloth; 350pp.; frontispiece, plates, and text illus. throughout. Extremities a bit rubbed, else Near Fine.


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