DISCRIMINATION COSTS YOU MONEY
National Labor Service, 1948. Item #42341
Presume 1st edition. Original illustrated paper wrappers, 12mo, 22 pages. Published just after the Holocaust as many displaced persons–Jewish and otherwise–were entering the US and progressive forces in the labor movement felt the need to push for acceptance and an end to Jim Crow. Great period cartoons by Leo Levy on every page showing workers uniting and rejecting racism and prejudice. The National Labor Service was itself set up to fight discrimination in labor unions, and published smart-designed materials, including pamphlets and comic books, for distribution within the AFL and CIO, still separate. Light rubbing and a few spots to cover, internally very clean, Very Good Condition overall. (Holo2-160-25).