Wealth and progress; a critical examination of the labor problem. The natural basis for industrial reform or how to increase wages without reducing profits or lowering rents: the economic philosophy of the eight hour movement. George Gunton.

Wealth and progress; a critical examination of the labor problem. The natural basis for industrial reform or how to increase wages without reducing profits or lowering rents: the economic philosophy of the eight hour movement.

New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1887. xxiii, 382, [2]p., slight fraying of head and tail of spine, blindstamp on title page, first edition.

Gunton, 1845-1919, a textile worker and union leader, became well known as an economist and advocate of the 8-hour day. This, his first book, was partly based on the notes of Ira Steward, a major leader of the 8-hour movement.

Cat.No: 3426

Price: $95.00

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