Cat.No: 257317 Labor history. vol 32, nos. 234, Spring, Summer, Fall, 1991. Daniel Leab, ed.

Labor history. vol 32, nos. 234, Spring, Summer, Fall, 1991

New York: The Tamiment Institute, 1991. Magazine. Three issues, pp. 165-644, 6x9.25 inches for this quarterly magazine, wraps, a little edge and shelf worn, address label on back cover wrap, else in good condition.

Articles include, “The strike at the Ballot Box”: The American Federation of Labor's entrance into election politics, 1906–1909 by Julia Greene, Jesus was a carpenter: Labor song-poets, labor protest, and true religion in gilded age America by Clark Halker, The strikers and their sympathizers: Brooklyn in the trolley strike of 1895 by Sarah M. Henry, “The song the capitalist never sings”: The Brotherhood of Timber Workers and the culture of conflict
Jeff Ferrell, The complex dynamics of gender by Nancy Gabin, Mainstreams, New Deals, and “making it” in American society: Which institutions make a difference? by James R. Grossman, more.

Cat.No: 257317

Price: $35.00