Justice - North Carolina Style: The Record of the Year's Struggle for Unions in Gastonia and Marion, April 1929 to April 1930

New York: American Civil Liberties Union, 1930. First edition. Octavo. Stapled, plain wrappers with North Carolina map to front cover; 14 pp. A scarce and important report on the violence perpetrated against organized workers in Gastonia and Marion, NC. The information is organized in the form of a timeline for 1929, during which 7 strikers were killed, 24 wounded, 7 sentenced to long prison terms and 7 kidnapped. Key events and participants are summarized. The ACLU helped with the defense of arrested workers and created this pamphlet "to state the facts and to help arouse public opinion." A Fine copy. Scarce. Item #02213

Price: $150.00

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