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Douthit, Davis

Nobody owns us; the story of Joe Gilbert, midwestern rebel.

The Cooperative League of the U.S.A., Chicago. 1948, xiii, 240p. "Inevitably, for Joe Gilbert, he enlisted in and struggled for political, social, and economic movements, seeking to get a better deal for the farmer, the laborer, and the rest of the most of the people. Inevitably, for Joe Gilbert, he landed, as a "dangerous man" (to his political and economic opponents), in a couple of Minnesota jails." - dj. [not present]

Cat.No: 5005

Price: $18.00

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