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Labor's Giant Step: The First Twenty Years of the CIO: 1936-55

by Art Preis

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The story of the explosive labor struggles and political battles in the 1930s that built the industrial unions. And how those unions became the vanguard of a mass social movement that began transforming U.S. society. Preface, note on sources, index.
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The story of the explosive labor struggles and political battles in the 1930s that built the industrial unions. And how those unions became the vanguard of a mass social movement that began transforming U.S. society. Preface, note on sources, index.

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