This Labor Racket
Sullivan, Edward Dean

NY: Hillman-Curl, 1936. Later Fourth printing (March 1937). Cloth, 315 pps. Depression-era expose of labor racketeering. From the jacket blurb:"Industry anxious to go ahead after six weary years of depression held in leash, harrasseed and blackmailed by labor union inciters of stabbings, shootings and killings...brutality and violence being employed in the terrorizing of union membership, while employers are so cowed that they fear to testify...". A tight, bright copy with just a tiny snag at the head of the spine. In the forceful three-color dust jacket featuring a gigantic fist smashing down on a skyscraper under construction; jacket has some edge wear, spine somewhat faded and some shallow chipping along the top edge and head edge of spine. The dust jacket states Second Printing while the book is a fourth. Fine Cloth (Item ID: F101)


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