Chicago: W.B. Conkey, 1894. 247p., wraps slightly edge worn, small sticker on front wrap, spine creased, paper browned, foundation stamp on blank verso of front wrap, first edition, front., illus. Franklin series. vol. 1, no. 7. May, 1894.
"The official story of the national march on Washington led by J.S. Coxey, President of the Good Roads Association of the United States. He proposed to solve the current depression by spending five hundred million dollars on a transcontinental highway." - Frederick B. Adams, Jr. Radical literature in America. Stamford, 1939. p. 59.