U.S. Labor and the Vietnam War
Presents a comprehensive documentation of the steady growth of labor opposition to U.S. involvement in Vietnam, from a few voices in a minority of unions to a majority labor position.
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Labor Begins to Move
Trade Union Division of SANE
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