American Radical and Reform Writers
Gale, 2005 - American literature - 502 pages
Presents career biographies and criticism of American reformers and radicals of the 19th and 20th centuries. Includes a section on major organizations and periodicals of the movements.
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Plan of the Series xv Samuel Gompers 18501924
Alexander Berkman 18701936 15 Woody Guthrie 19121967
Ella Reeve Bloor 18621951 37 William D Haywood 18691928
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