The I.W.W., A Study of American Syndicalism
New York: Russell & Russell, 1957.
Hardcover. Very Good. 438 pp + 1 (folding chart), with bibliography, index. Minimal soiling to boards, light edge wear including light bumped and rubbed corners, name on front free endpaper; else clean and sound. Front panel and flap of dust jacket laid in. From the dust jacket: "An admirable account of a little understood but most important phase of the American labor movement is given in this study. Dr. Brissenden brings out clearly the economic and philosophic background of American syndicalism, and, at the same time, avoids the danger of separating the theory from its application in the field of industry."