By Paul Le Blanc
Work and fight: Voices from U.S. hard work Radicalism specializes in the background of U.S. hard work with an emphasis on radical currents, that have been crucial components within the working-class move from the mid 19th century to the overdue 20th century.? Showcasing a few of labor's most vital leaders, Work and Struggle deals scholars and teachers a number of voices to profit from -- every one telling their tale via their very own phrases -- via writings, memoirs and speeches, transcribed and brought right here by way of Paul Le Blanc. This number of innovative voices will motivate a person drawn to the historical past of work organizing.
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