Paris: A la Librairie Sociétaire, 1846 [but 1848]. Second Edition. French dyer's proposal of Fourierist principles of organization for the working class, making the argument that certain points could be adopted by contemporary employers. Briancourt's publication could be considered one of a number of unsuccessful attempts to inspire the founding of a miniature Fourierist "phalanx." See Pamela Pilbeam's French Socialists Before Marx (2000), p. 120. See EGBERT II, p. 49, for the English translation (1845) of Organisation du Travail et l'Association. Small 12mo (15cm.); original blue printed stitched wrappers; vi,-63pp. Minor wear to extremities, tiny chips to spine ends, some faint ink splatter to upper cover, else a Very Good or better, unopened and beautifully preserved copy. Upper cover imprint: "Paris: A la Librairie Phalanstérienne, 1848."