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. 
"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.