Charles Kerr Publishing Company
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Chicago: Charles Kerr & Company, 1911. Hardcover. 184, 8p. [ads], first published in 1905, original cloth with minor wear on the edges else very good condition, 4.25x6.75 inches. Socialist short stories. "May Beals Hoffpauir (1879-1956) worked as an organizer for the Socialist Party of America among the field workers of...
Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, . Hardcover. 286p., paper slightly browned, original blue cloth binding worn and frayed. "[A]n important contribution to the orthodox side of the orthodox-revisionist controversy in Marxian theory." *Egbert p. 150. Also replies to Bîhm-Bawerk's criticisms.
Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1915. 286p., spine soiled and dim, front hinge cracked, fair copy only. First published 1907. "[A]n important contribution to the orthodox side of the orthodox-revisionist controversy in Marxian theory." *Egbert p. 150. Also replies to Bohm-Bawerk's criticisms.
Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, [circa 1908-1909]. Pamphlet. 32p., original red glassine wraps chipped, paper browned with minor marginal chipping, 3.5x5.75 inches. Later printing, dated from Kerr's address. Pocket libary of socialism, no. 15. May 15, 1900. California socialist writing in a fictional and humorous format on the evils of capitalism.
Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company, 1906. Hardcover. 133p., previous owner's name on front blank end paper, minor staining of cover with frayed corner-tips, and some light pencilling within. Small book, 4.25x6.75 inches. First published in 1903 Standard socialist series. On Austin Lewis: "California-based lecturer, writer, and activist attorney, Austin...