The Railroad in Education
Louisville, KY: John P. Morton, 1910.
Softcover. Very Good. 144 pp, with maps, illustrations, in original wrappers Front wrap starting to separate at spine ends (but still firmly attached); contents clean. Revised, with material not contained in earlier editions. A prefatory section titled "Announcement" noted that the original purpose of this publication was to desribe for the nation's youth how steam engineering evolved and "what advantages have been given to them by the makers and owners of railways," but that the present purpose is "to bring about a better understanding between labor and capital--to demonstrate that the very vastness of our territory suggests the necessity of aggregations of capital--corporations; that without these it would be improssible to have so great a country, so enlightened a people."