Larkin's Scathing Indictment of Dublin Sweaters : Lives Sacrificed to Profits

[ Dublin ]: [ Irish Worker ], [ 1913 ]. First edition. Pamphlet. Pamphlet. Illustrated cover of Larkin on colored paper. Some wear and small tears to edges. 15 (1) p. Last unnumbered page has am ad and order form for the Irish Worker and small library withdrawn stamp in red, no other library markings. The full speech of Larkin in response to the Employer's stating of their case regarding the 1913 Transport Union dispute in Dublin. Larkin was an Irish republican, socialist, and labor organizer. He was involved in the Dublin Lockout but was in America during the Easter Rising, where he was arrested in 1919 for "criminal anarchy". He died in 1947 and a statue of him is in Dublin. Presumably printed before the Manchester edition. Uncommon. Good. Item #19131

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