Socialism and the Home

Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company (Co-operative), ca. 1901. 24mo. Wraps. 27 p. + ads. Pocket Library of Socialism, No. 28. Buhle 222. Library stamp on cover, some wear at spine; else very good. [29536]

"An advocate of cooperative living, May Walden Kerr blames capitalism for women's woes, their isolation in the home, endless rounds of household drudgery, and need to marry for a livelihood rather than love. Socialism, she contends, will extend cooperation throughout industry and into the home" - Buhle. Walden was the wife of socialist publisher Charles H. Kerr.

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