When Southern labor stirs

New York: Jonathan Cape & Harrison Smith, 1931. xvi, 348p., first edition, edge worn dj with a darkened and slightly abraded spine.

"A description of several Southern textile strikes in 1929, all with violence and severe anti-union measures by employers. The methods of the communist-affiliated National Textile Workers Union, which led the strike in Gastonia, N.C., are compared with those of AFL United Textile Workers, which led the other major strikes." *Seidman T76.

Cat.No: 113986

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