New York: Random House, 1935. 188p., first edition, edge worn dj with some staining along the spine and a few closed tears. Radical play set in the San Francisco waterfront from 1860 to 1906.
"One Marxist critic, Stanley Burnshaw, stated that this play told the unadorned truth about the corrupt business practices in the nineteeth century that culminated in America's economic crisis in the mid-thirties." - Sam Smiley, THE DRAMA OF ATTACK, DIDACTIC PLAYS OF THE AMERICAN DEPRESSION. Columbia, 1972. p. 50.