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Wealth and progress;
a critical examination of the labor problem; the natural basis for industrial reform, or how to increase wages without reducing profits or lowering rents: the economic philosophy of the eight hour movement,
by George Gunton.

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Main Author: Gunton, George, 1845-1919.
Related Names: Steward, Ira.
Language(s): English
Published: New York, D. Appleton and company, 1887.
Subjects: Eight-hour movement.
Hours of labor.
Wages.
Note: This book had its origin in a work begun by Ira Steward, completed by the present author, after Mr. Steward's death. cf. Pref.
Physical Description: xxiii, 382 p. 21 cm.
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