Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1913. 155p., first edition, front hinge cracked, blue cloth cover slightly worn with a few white spots.
"Born in 1867, Parce began her political work in Arizona, where she served for a time as president of the state's Equal Suffrage Association. She gained her first appreciation for formal study in the local women's club, which prompted her interest in sociology and economics. Parce moved to Chicago where she joined the Socialist Party and pursued her studies at the University of Chicago." From Buhle 234 refering to an earlier work.