Behold My Brother
New York: House of Field, 1941. First Edition. Tan linen boards stamped in fuchsia; red top-stain; 382pp. Hint of dusting to text block edges, else a Fine, tight copy. In pictorial dustjacket, slightly spine-darkened, with a few nicks and brief closed tears to extremities, VG or better. Strike novel, set in the fictional industrial center of "Rollinsburg." The author, described in the jacket blurb as "a worker in those phases of the momentous labor movement that in 1933 were launched as the New Deal's noblest advenure," offers a grim view of both labor and company, seeing both sides as riddled with ideology and hucksterism. Rare; not in Hanna or Blake; OCLC gives just 8 locations.