The Farmer: A Brief Study of the Early American Farmers, the Influences of the Discovery of Making Steel, Manufacturing, Railroads and the Civil War, followed by Industrial Expansion, Seeking for Markets and Dividends, Improved Farm Machinery, and the Disappearance of Free Land and Land as an Investment, upon the Farmer Who Farms and the Farm Tenants, and Also an Outline of the Socialist's Attitude regarding the Farmers
Chicago: National Office, Socialist Party, ca. 1912. 8vo. Wraps. 64 p.