Urbana: The University of Illinois Press, 1965. vi, [ii], 239p., illus., very good condition in slightly shelf worn price-clipped dj.
"The Farmers' Holiday, 1923-37, was a depression protest movement of unusual intensity--perhaps the most aggressive agrarian upheaval of the twentieth century. The uprising extended over Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and North and South Dakota. Two counties in Iowa actually were put under martial law." - dj.