Chapel Hill, (NC): UNC Press, 1936. First edition. 8vo. v, (2), 87 pp. Coleman 2421: "Historical account of the activities of the night riders in western and southwestern Kentucky and parts of Tennessee in the early 1900s, against the tobacco-trust companies and their agents." Books from Chapel Hill, p. 130: "In an attempt to protect their most valuable money crop from the exploitation of capitalistic trusts, law-abiding farmers organized and resorted to the use of illegal force to prevent buying and selling except through their own agency," an effort ultimately broken through the courts. Very good. Original orange cloth. (9244). (Inventory #: 62508)
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