Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, Co-operative, 1922. Paperback. 220p., wraps soiled and stained, paper browned. Excerpts from the original of 441 pages, also published by Kerr.
Pettigrew, 1848-1926, was the first senator from South Dakota in 1899, believed in the single tax, opposed the private ownership of land. Lobbied for government ownership of railroads and telegraphs. He was a leader of the anti-imperialists in the Senate. *DAB.