Rank and File: Personal Histories by Working-class Organizers

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Princeton University Press, 1981 - Labor movement - 296 pages
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"The strength of this book . . . encompasses a broad view of history from the bottom up and deals not only with biographical background of the nonelite in labor but with insights into black, immigrant, and grassroots working-class history as well."--Choice

Originally published in 1981.

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Lynd was Professor of Sociology at Columbia University.

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