[Dublin: Irish Worker, ca. 1913]. First Edition. Paperback. Speech providing an account of the on-going Dublin Lock-out of 1913 and 1914 by the editor of the Irish Worker. The lock-out, considered to be one of the most severe labor disputes in Ireland, specifically regarding the right to unionise, involved approximately 20,000 laborers and 300 employers. Larkin was at the forefront of the dispute on the side of the workers, having founded the first Irish trade union for both skilled and unskilled laborers, the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union, in 1909. Octavo (21cm.); original tan photo-illustrated staplebound wrappers; 15pp. Wrappers separated and rather worn and soiled, textblock brittle and starting to split along bottom third of spine due to poor paperstock. Good only. (Inventory #: 30084)
The history, literature, and art of American social movements, including Civil Rights, Feminism, Labor History, Radical Politics, and Counterculture.
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