1894 · [San Francisco
The Mass Meeting is called in order to attack the "Railroad Octopus," which assails the people "by unjust accumulations and intelligent and determined concentration of power for bad ends...Its cupidity, its selfishness, its trickery, the debasing pressure exerted upon every form of industry, and the unprincipled use of money and of purchased intellect, by a powerful railroad monopoly, has checked our progress and reduced us to virtual slavery for twenty-five years."
OCLC lists twelve copies under two accession numbers, as of December 2014. Not located in Rocq, Cowan or BRE. (Inventory #: 31668)