Harcourt, Brace, 1932 - 473 pages
Together with "The Big Money" and "The Forty Second Parallel" forms author's "U.S.A." trilogy which provides a collective portrait of America following dozens of characters from the Spanish-American War to the beginning of the Depression.
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