The World of Worker: LABOR IN TWENTIETH-CENTURY AMERICA
by James R. Green
University of Illinois Press, 1998
Paper: 978-0-252-06734-1
Library of Congress Classification HD8072.G783 1998
Dewey Decimal Classification 331.0973

ABOUT THIS BOOK
ABOUT THIS BOOK
 
      The World of the Worker illuminates workers' lives at home, on
        the job, and in the voting booths. A new preface enhances this social,
        cultural, and political history: an unparalleled picture of working people
        during the turbulent rise and fall of the labor movement.
      "A fresh and provocative look at twentieth-century American unions,
        and a fine introduction to recent labor history scholarship." --
        Leslie Woodcock Tentler, Washington Post Book World
      "Will be welcomed by anyone with a serious interest in labor history."
        -- Library Journal
      "Probably the best social history of twentieth-century labor
        there is." -- Kirkus Reviews
      "Virtually replaces any previously existing one-volume popular history
        of the labor movement." -- Ron Radosh, Democratic Left
 

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