Land, Labour, and Capital. A Paper Read at the Annual Meeting of the Labour Association, for Promoting Co-Operative Production Based On the Co-partnership of the Workers, at Oldham, on May 25th, 1885.
King, Bolton

London, England: Labour Association, 1885. F 8 pages; text concerning itself with resolution of the "Land Question," with four points listed for starting an 'association farm' and topics expanded upon including ownership of the land, capital, and the position of the capitalist, selection of labourers, manager; appendix with '...facts respecting Rathbourne Manor and Ufton Hill Farm...'; Bolton King (1860-1937) British educational administrator and historian; publication # 10 of the Labour Association as listed on the back inner wrapper panel; printed by Pritchett & Taylor, Printers, 32, Houndsditch, London; approx. 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" size; original light blue side-sewn printed paper wrappers; old libarary rubber stamp on cover, handwritten numbers; some edgewear and chipping to wraps, detached; in good condition, interesting ephemeral British Labour history; an OCLC search reveals one institutional holding (Harvard). Good Paperback (Item ID: 21781)


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