An Arbitrary Workday? : Shall the American Workingman Be Fettered, the Triumphal Progress of American Arts and Industries Arrested, the Manufacturing Output Diminished and Individual Effort Regulated--By Law. Capital and Labor Unite in Oppostion To...


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Albert Walmsley
Paperback | 96 pages
189 x 246 x 5mm | 186g
Publication date
04 Oct 2011
Nabu Press
Publication City/Country
Charleston SC, United States
Illustrations note
black & white illustrations