Industrial Unrest discussed in simple words for members of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers who cannot understand the language of Mr. Charles Ferguson...Can anything be done about it
by [AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS]
N.p.: ASME, 1920. First Edition. Small 12mo (16.25cm.); original tan decorative staplebound card wrappers; 12pp. Minor wear from handling, faint dampstain to bottom edge of upper wrapper, else Near Very Good and sound. Title presumably referring to the ASME member Charles Ferguson who, together with mechanical engineer Henry Gantt, formed the short-lived and unpopular New Machine society, whose aim was the "acquirement of political as well as economic power" (Leon P. Alford, Henry Laurence Gantt (1934), p. 264). Yale only in OCLC as of July, 2016. (Inventory #: 30933)
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