Catholics and radicals: the Association of Catholic Trade Unionists and the American Labor movement, from Depression to cold war
The conservatism of the American Labor movement, the failure of radicalism in the United States, and the role of ethnic and religious factors in both of these are thoroughly treated in this book. The author suggests that Irish Catholics were influential in the struggle between the labor movement radicals and conservatives and traces their activities.
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The Catholic Church and Socialism
Harmony Between the Classes
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