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Title: Master and Slave Illus. with line drawings
Description: St. Louis: National Book Concern, (1907). 8vo. Blue cloth, stamped in black. 288 p. Pages yellowing; else very good. Uncommon The author was editor of "The National Rip-Saw, "whose name and fame is known wherever the features of toil have been contorted by the relentless grasp of commercial gluttony." This book is said to be filled with "stubborn, unyielding and hitherto unthought-of blistering facts which are hurled broadside into the ungodly flank of predatory wealth." The author claims that this book is "strong medicine" for which he offers no apology to a "snivelling set who are too nice to read facts without varnish, as this book is no treatise on parlor etiquette, nor a lecture on table manners" but rather is a "compound cathartic, and if you don't like a laxative that purges the system, don't read it, as it 'works' if the bowels of the reader are not bound up by 'graft' and 'special privilege.'.

Keywords: Socialism; Social-Democracy; Class Struggle; National Rip-Saw; St. Louis; Missouri

Price: US$ 100.00 Seller: Bibliomania
- Book number: 54962

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