Hardcover, blue cloth in publisher’s non price-clipped dust-jacket. 248 pages. Index. Illustrated with photographs. First edition. Anti-Union conservative tract focusing on the recently passed (1959) Landrum-Griffin Act [Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act]. Jameson Campaigne was editor-in-chief of the Indianapolis Star and in 1960 he was one of the founders, and later a long term board member of Young Americans for Freedom, the first nationwide youth group of conservative activists. His bona fides include personal relationships with distinguished authors such as Frank Meyer, William F. Buckley, Jr., Russell Kirk, Willmoore Kendall, Phil Crane, Wilhelm Röpke and politicians Barry Goldwater and Ronald Regan. No previous ownership marks. Small sticker removed from inner flap affecting two words. Book is clean, sound and unmarked. Dust-jacket is dusty from age and lightly soiled and rubbed. Near very good in a good dust-jacket.