New York: The Tamiment Institute, 1975. Magazine. pp. 1-160p, 6x9.25 inches for this quarterly magazine, wraps, a little edge and shelf worn, else in good condition.
Articles include Toward industrial unionism: Bell telephone workers and company unions, 1919–1937 by John N. Schacht, Quotas for blacks: The public works administration and the black construction worker by Marc W. Kruman, Radicals and the jobless: The Musteites and the unemployed leagues, 1932–1936 by Roy Rosenzweig, The “rank and file movement” in private social work by John Earl Haynes, Women, work, and protest in the early Lowell mills: “The oppressing hand of avarice would enslave US” byThomas Dublin, more.