Very Good- in Good + jacket. Book Dust jacket has edge chips, some tears, small creases and other scuffs, with soiled tape on upper spine end; book has moderate wear. "The girl from the Ukraine, who never lost her zest for life and adventure"; from dust jacket. 303 pages.
Very good in poor dust jacket. Signed by author. 303p. Inscribed and sined by author. 1948 Hardcover. Soiled, creased clipped dust jacket. Minimal wear. No markings or highlights, otherwise nice clean copy.
Very Good- Spine is a little faded, gold lettering is a little dulled but readily legible. Front cover's gold lettering is still bright. Very minor wear and soil on the sound binding. Contents are clean and unworn. No DJ.; 8-1/8" Tall, ix + 303pp. Blue cloth, gold spine & front cover lettering. HISTORY. Lucy Robins Lang "...has been in close contact with the labor movement through many crucial years. (She) gave up everything to establish a better understanding between radicals and the labor movement. "..."She has vividly set down here the broad developments and the dramatic incidents that have taken place during more than four decades within the house and within the field of labor. Her insight into human nature shows itself in her penetrating analyses of the leaders of labor, whether they have been classified as belonging to the Left or the Right. Her understanding of the labor movement is reflected in the clarity of her thinking, which is realistic rather than theroretical and yet is always inspired by devotion to lofty ideals. "...Index. Some Chapters: Tom Mooney in the Death House; That man Gompers; The campaign for amnesty; The end of Debs; Through Spain to Palestine; Soviet Nightmare.
Good. Good hardcover. No DJ. Ex-Library with usual markings. Text is clean and unmarked. Covers show minor shelf wear. Binding is tight, hinges strong.; 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! Ships same or next business day!
8vo, pp. 303. Introduction by William Green, President of the American Federation of Labor. Edges little soiled, o/w a nice tight copy in chipped dj. A story of the author's life during four decades of labor battles in the U. S.
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