[TEXTILE INDUSTRY] DUNN, Robert W. and Jack HARDY (pseud)
Labor and Textiles
New York: International Publishers, 1931. First Edition. Octavo (20cm). Black cloth boards, lettered in gilt on spine; 256pp; frontispiece and 4 inserted leaves of plates (halftones). Fine, unmarked copy in the original Louis Lozowick dustwrapper, price-clipped and gently faded on spine, still crisp and Near Fine. Includes thorough accounts of the strikes at Lawrence, Willimantic, Marion and Gastonia. Part of the "Labor and Industry" series prepared by the Labor Research Association and published by International Publishers. "Jack Hardy" was the pseudonym of Dale Zysman, a New York public school teacher active in the Teachers' Union, popularly referred to as the "Stalin of the Union" for his habit of holding his pipe at precisely the same angle as appeared in Stalin's official portraits. SEIDMAN D285.