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Phelan, Craig

William Green; biography of a labor leader

State University of New York Press, Albany. 1989, x, 223p. SUNY series in labor history. "William Green, president of the American Federation of Labor from 1924 to 1952, was a controversial figure whom historians invariably depict as bumbling, incompetent, vain, and ignorant; the cheerful servant of selfish and reactionary craft unionists, and the person most directly responsible for the split in organized labor in 1935. This biography provides a social and political context for Green's actions in an attempt to vindicate one of the last heirs of a religiously inspired trade unionism that sought cooperation between labor and capital on the basis of biblical precepts." - rear cover

Cat.No: 28826

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