Trials and Triumphs of Labor. The Needle's Eye of Legal Tender Money

TitleTrials and Triumphs of Labor. The Needle's Eye of Legal Tender Money
Year for Search1890
AuthorsDe Bernardi, G. B
Date Published1890
PublisherCapitol Parlor Print
Place PublishedMarshall, MO
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Labor exchanges help create eutopia, and De Bernardi established some such exchanges. At such exchanges the unemployed could deposit surplus goods and get certificates of deposit or “labor checks” which could be used to purchase goods or services. On these exchanges, see H. Roger Grant, “Portrait of a Workers’ Utopia: The Labor Exchange and the Freedom, Kansas, Community.” Kansas Historical Quarterly 43.1 (1977): 56-66; and Grant, “Utopia Without Colony: The Labor Exchange Movement.” Communal Societies 1 (Autumn 1981): 43-54. See also 1897 De Bernardi and his The Equitable Industrial Association of America. A Beneficent Co-operative Association for the Employment of Idle Labor Through Mutual Exchange. Sedalia, MO: J. C. Parmerlee, 1888 (NN).

Additional Publishers

Later ed. has the subtitle The Text Book of the Labor Exchange. Independence, MO: Labor Exchange Publication, 1894.

Title Note

Later ed. has the subtitle The Text Book of the Labor Exchange. Independence, MO: Labor Exchange Publication, 1894.

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Full Text

1890 De Bernardi, G. B. Trials and Triumphs of Labor. The Needle’s Eye of Legal Tender Money. Marshall, MO: Capitol Parlor Print. Later ed. has the subtitle The Text Book of the Labor Exchange. Independence, MO: Labor Exchange Publication, 1894. MoU-St, NN

Labor exchanges help create eutopia, and De Bernardi established some such exchanges. At such exchanges the unemployed could deposit surplus goods and get certificates of deposit or “labor checks” which could be used to purchase goods or services. On these exchanges, see H. Roger Grant, “Portrait of a Workers’ Utopia: The Labor Exchange and the Freedom, Kansas, Community.” Kansas Historical Quarterly 43.1 (1977): 56-66; and Grant, “Utopia Without Colony: The Labor Exchange Movement.” Communal Societies 1 (Autumn 1981): 43-54. See also 1897 De Bernardi and his The Equitable Industrial Association of America. A Beneficent Co-operative Association for the Employment of Idle Labor Through Mutual Exchange. Sedalia, MO: J. C. Parmerlee, 1888 (NN).