Chicago: The Cooperative League of the U.S.A. 1948. xiii, 240p.
"Inevitably, for Joe Gilbert, he enlisted in and struggled for political, social, and economic movements, seeking to get a better deal for the farmer, the laborer, and the rest of the most of the people. Inevitably, for Joe Gilbert, he landed, as a "dangerous man" (to his political and economic opponents), in a couple of Minnesota jails." - dj. [not present].