International Pamphlets No. 33-44

International Pamphlets No. 33-44

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Various. A series of Pamphlets on Current Economic, Social and Political Topics. New York: International Pamphlets, 1935. 19 x 13 cm. Prepared by The Labor Research Association (LRA), a left-wing labor statistics bureau established in 1927 by members of the Workers (Communist) Party of America. Eleven essays including: Dangerous Jobs by Grace Burnham, Bananas-The Fruit Empire of Wall Street by Louis Montes/Drawings by William Siegel, How Melon Got Rich by Harvey O'Connor, Hawaii-A Story of Imperialist Plunder by Samuel Weinman, The Eyes of The Movie by Harry Alan Potamkin, Schools and The Crisis by Rex David, Dictatorship and Democracy in The Soviet Union by Anna Louis Strong, The NRA From Within, Culture in Two Worlds by Nikolai Bukharin, Company Unions Today by Robert W. Dunn, Tel & Tel-Telephone and Telegraph Workers by Hy Kravif. Clean, crisp copy. Orig. red boards. Near fine. Hardcover. 

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