The Eight-Hour Standard Workday. What Workingmen can gain by it, and what they cannot. (Published by the National Executive Committee of the Socialistic Labor Party in accordance with the Resolution of its Congress, held at Cincinnati). Alexander JONAS.

The Eight-Hour Standard Workday. What Workingmen can gain by it, and what they cannot. (Published by the National Executive Committee of the Socialistic Labor Party in accordance with the Resolution of its Congress, held at Cincinnati)

New York: Socialistic Labor Party, [ca 1885]. "22nd Thousand." Pamphlet, removed; 8pp. Partial separation along bound edge; mild chipping to marginal extremities; text slightly toned; complete and Good.

Uncommon early SLP pamphlet advocating for the eight-hour workday. Undated, but the earliest SLP congress to be held in Cincinnati (referenced in title) appears to have been the 5th National Convention, in 1885.

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