The Story of Manual Labor in All Lands and Ages; Its Past Condition, Present Progress and Hope for the Future; The Lights and Shadows of History in Contrast; A Complete Pen-Picture of the Wage-Worker, From a Social, Political and (continued)
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Title continued: ".Economical Standpoint, Together with an Account of The Unions, Guilds, and Associations, Organized for His Benefit and Protection". 715 pages. Illustrations of worker group leaders such as Cigar Makers, the National Labor Bureau, Brotherhood of Carpenters, etc. Illustrated with charts and diagrams of labor statistics, many in color. Pages xvii - xx, part of top edges missing, text unaffected. Small piece of pages 45-46 missing, stuck to page 44, text affected. Contents include: Labor in the Orient; Labor in Antiquity; Labor in the Middle Ages; Labor in the Modern World; Labor in America; Guilds and Trade-Unions; etc. Bookseller Inventory # 650
Title: The Story of Manual Labor in All Lands and ...
Publisher: R. S. Peale & Co. Chicago. 1886.
Publication Date: 1886
Binding: 3/4 Leather with Pebble Cloth
Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good
Edition: First Edition
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Barry Cassidy Rare Books
Sacramento, CA, U.S.A.
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