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A History of Organized Felony and Folly: The Record of Union Labor in Crime and Economics
Cloth-backed boards, 8vo, 104pp. A collection of 32 articles printed by the Wall Street Journal in 1922 covering union-related crime since the turn of the century. "Whatever benefits organized labor has conferred on its members these benefits have been obtained at an incalculable cost to the rest of humanity." Reference to Clarence Darrow as the go-to Union lawyer (before Scopes Monkey trial). Good copy, binding firm. Signature of "V.C. Kennedy" to the cover and pastedown, occasional marking, interesting read.