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Labor Reformers - Farmers and Grangers - What is Our Duty to Day?, Day, Horace P.

Author    Day, Horace P.

Title   Labor Reformers - Farmers and Grangers - What is Our Duty to Day?

Binding   Broadside

Book Condition   Good

Publisher    Horace P. Day 1874

Inscription   Author

Seller ID   1670801

Horace P. Day. 1874. 8 1/2 x 11. Gray paperstock. New York, April 2, 1874. A two column format sheet addressing the failure of Congress to take action against monopolistic business concerns and usurous financial institutions, signed in type by labor advocate Horace H. Day. Very apropos to today's situation: The Senate proposes, and, so far as it has the power, has given to bankers more millions to aid them in perpetuating their system of robbing the people. None found in OCLC.Keywords: LABOR EPHEMERA HORACE P DAY AMERICAN HISTORY SIGNED Condition Notes: A two column format sheet addressing the failure of Congress to take action against monopolistic business concerns and usurous financial institutions, signed in type by labor advocate Horace H. Day. A horizontal and a vertical crease, fore-edge a bit wrinkled, minor loss along edges.

Price = 125.00 USD


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