An Examination of the Labor Injunction from the Early 1920s-- A Presentation Copy from a Group of Notable Chicago Union Leaders Frey, John P. [1871-1957]. The Labor Injunction: An Exposition of Government by Judicial Conscience and Its Menace. [Cincinnati, OH: Equity Publishing Company, 1923]. ix, , 197 pp. Cloth, gilt title to spine. Light rubbing to extremities. Presentation inscription to Dr. William E. Barton from John Fitzpatrick, Victor A. Olander and other members of the Chicago Federation of Labor and Illinois State Federation of Labor on front free endpaper, owner inscription (of Meredith B. Givens, dated 1924) to front pastedown, her stamp to margin of p. 196, interior otherwise fresh. $200. * Only edition, first issued in 1922. With an introduction by Samuel Gompers. This book originated as a series of articles written for the International Labor News Service. The reception given these articles, and the requests that they be published in book form, prompted the preparation of this volume. The Rev. Dr. William Eleazar Barton [1861-1930] was a distinguished clergyman, teacher and authority on Abraham Lincoln. Fitzpatrick and Olander were prominent Chicago labor activists. Fitzpatrick was President of the Chicago Federation of Labor from 1904 to 1946, Olander was secretary-treasurer of the Illinois State Federation of Labor.
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