Library of American labor history. Legal classics library. Spinelli's law library reference shelf.
HeinOnline copy: volume II is 1967 reprint, published: Seventy years of life and labour. New York : Augustus M. Kelley. HeinOnline copy lacks pages 428-464, volume I. Includes index.
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Volume I, book I. From East side London to East side New York How I nearly became a musician As an onlooker Finding the labor movement I learn the weakness of radical tactics Building the American trade union The great strike Building an international trade union Learning something or legislation Union turbulence book II. A national organization in the making A fight to the finish Federation Eight hours Henry George's campaign A rope of sand Denver defeat and my sabbatical year Again commandeered Socialists as I know them Efforts to disrupt the federation book III. What I have tried to do in the field of education Opera and drama Women's work Things personal Presidents I have known. Volume II, book III (cont'd). My economic philosophy Foreign friends Politics book IV. Twentieth century problems Compulsion Immigration Violence Injunctions I have encountered Capitol Hill National politics Labor's magna charta book V. Pan-American labor I abandon pacifism Avoiding the pitfalls of pacifism Labor to the fore Unity in our ranks Stockholm Labor's message to Great Britain On the continent Peace Efforts to establish international order Problems after Armageddon Appendix. His last year, an epilogue / by Florence Calvert Thorne.
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