New York: International Labor Defense, 1937. First Edition. Cover art by Rockwell Kent.
A pamphlet written by noted social worker and journalist Isobel Walker Soule, and published by the International Labor Defense, a legal advocacy organization that rose to the defense of a number of civil rights and radical causes throughout the early twentieth century. The pamphlet warns against jingoism and fascism in the guise of patriotism, advocating for the rights of workers in the US and abroad.
Very Good plus in wrappers, with light age toning and brief wear at the binding.