New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1938. 308p., cloth binding foxed, first edition, very good condition in a good only shelf worn, price-clipped dj with a faded spine. *Rideout novel. Ahouse A64a.
"A detailed report of legal and extralegal methods used to destroy unions in the steel industry..... The plot of the novel is ridiculous and both the steel and the cotton strikes [a Georgia mill] are only dimly pictured, but Sinclair's excellent research into labor-spying techniques and his vigourous journalistic style save the novel from complete banality." *Blake p. 266.