Baltimore: Wirth Brothers, 1944. Octavo. First Edition. An unnumbered edition, limited to 250 copies. Publisher's red cloth, with spine title in bright gilt.
Burdick held many positions in the North Dakota House of Representatives in the early 1900's, became Assistant United States District Attorney for North Dakota during the Depression, and afterward ran as a Republican nominee in several congressional campaigns, finally being voted into the 81st and its four succeeding Congresses. He died in 1960. An account of the farmers' movement in the 1800's, with black-and-white photographs throughout.
Spine ends lightly bumped, else about Fine condition. Uncommon.