Very Good. No Jacket. This is a study of the labor movement in New York State in the last two decades of the 19th century when it sought, through industrial action, to improve working conditions and, through political action, to secure the passage of laws to improve its staus; and the attitudes and activities of Theodore Roosevelt as an Assemblyman, Mayoral candidate, Police Commissioner, and Governor in regard to labor (dark green cloth with gold lettering on spine, embossed seal on front cover, review copy stamp on front endpaper, one corner bumped; otherwise a bright, clean, tight copy)
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