Item #10633 The Case of the People Against Standard Oil. Alan S. Miller.

The Case of the People Against Standard Oil

San Francisco: Pacific Counseling Service, 1972. The “oppressive history of Standard Oil, its involvement with the Rockefellers, its international empire, its attempt to control public policy, its history of environmental destruction, the profits it makes from the Vietnam war, its control of oil prices here and overseas, its robbery of the people through tax loopholes and inflationary policies, and its continuing exploitation and oppression of working people” (p. 37). Written at the request of the International Standard Oil Boycott Committee (Chicago).

Stapled, illustrated newsprint wrappers (10 ¼” x 7 ¼”), 40 p., maps, illustrations. A Fine copy. Item #10633

Price: $45.00

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