Pop Weasel at the Country Store and His Discussion of Economics [Issued as no. 8 in the series, "Push Philosophy"]. RADICAL FICTION, Charles Lincoln PHIFER.

Pop Weasel at the Country Store and His Discussion of Economics [Issued as no. 8 in the series, "Push Philosophy"]

Toledo: W.F. Ries, N.d. [ca 1912]. 16mo. Staple-bound pamphlet; printed thick paper wrappers; 64pp. A tight, clean, well-preserved copy, Near Fine. A collection of pedagogical fictional vignettes, presenting the virtues of Socialism through the follies of "Pop" Weasel, so-called for his adherence to the Populist Party. Phifer was Associate Editor of Appeal to Reason and the stories originallly appeared serially; here they are reprinted by the prominent Ohio soap-boxer William Frederich Ries, author of such popular tracts as "Roosevelt Exposes Socialism" and "Monkeys and Monkeyettes."

Price: $60.00

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