Albany: State University of New York, 1990. xxiv, 270p., wraps slightly worn and faded, frontispiece has a short marginal tear. SUNY series in American labor history.
"Dennett's autobiography is one of the very few we have from regional left-wing Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) leaders who possessed their own mass bases. Dennett was barely thirty years old in 1938, when he was elected the founding executive secretary of the Washington State CIO Council. His candid personal history of Pacific Northwest labor and left-wing organizing is full of the texture, immediacy and complexity of the grassroots working-class left..." p. ix.