New York: Horace Liveright, 1935. Fifteenth printing, published in 1935. In the uncommon dust jacket.
An important book, originally published in 1930, from the underside of the Jazz Age, and anticipating the socialist and labor-oriented fiction of the Depression. Gold, whose real name was Irwin Granich, also wrote for the radical magazine "The Liberator."
Small, contemporary owner name (dated 1938) on the half title page, else Near Fine in a Good to Very Good (and very bright) dust jacket with separation along the front flap fold, and a few triangular chips to the top edge (see images with listing).