Author: Johnson, Josephine
Publisher: Simon and Schuster, New York
Publication Date: 1937
Edition: First Edition
Book Condition: VG
D-j Condition: VG
Comments: D-j worn and chipped on spine. Spots on top and bottom edges. Pastedown and FFEP tanned. Outside edge soiled. Spots on top of board and headcap.
Synopsis: A novel of social injustice, but it is one which indicates rather than states, one which symbolizes instead of giving statistics. The well to do of Jordanstown are bitterly opposed to Allen Craig, grocer’s clerk, who uses a small inheritance to buy the local paper and turn it into a voice for the workers. He loses his job, but continues his mission and organizes the unemployed to build a Worker’s Center.