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Chaplin, Ralph

Wobbly; the rough-and-tumble story of an American radical

The University of Chicago Press, Chicago. 1948, vi, 435p., illus., first edition, original black cloth, light stain on top fore edge else very good condition in a worn dj with clear non-archival tape repairs. "Interesting account of Chaplin's life as an IWW member, organizer, artist, and poet. It includes good information on West Virginia strikes, the IWW trials, and the writing of "Solidarity forever," the universal labor song." *Miles 32

Cat.No: 29621

Price: $35.00

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