Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1972. Hardcover. xii, 209p., illustrated with b&w press and other photography; hardbound grey cloth boards titled in silverfoil and enclosed in publisher's dust jacket, itself protected in a brodart sur-wrapper. Completely sound, clean and unmarked, a very good to fine copy.
More precarious than tenant farming, and more prone to violent retributions; Southern law held that a debtor could be forced "to work to pay off the debt" despite federal anti-peonage laws.