A lecture on the working men's party, first delivered October sixth, before the Charlestown Lyceum, and published by their request

Boston: Gray and Bowen, 1830. First edition, 4to, pp. 27, [1]; wrappers wanting, some foxing; all else good. Cooper 1294. Adams, Radical Literature in America, p. 43: "The political Working Men's Party was important enough in 1830 to call forth remarks from so prominent a churchman as Everett. He is largely concerned with pointing out that work is natural to man... and discussing the Christian aspects of a working-class movement." Item #56524

Price: $40.00

See all items in Americana
See all items by