New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1989. Paperback. xiv, 276p., wraps, very good condition. Includes numerous references to the IWW.
"In 1919 major strikes of the eight-hour day and higher wages erupted simultaneously in all three cities, leading to the formation of the Amalgamated Textile Workers of America (ATWA), a socialist-oriented industrial union led by A.J. Muste. David J. Goldberg examines and compares the rise and fall of union activity in each city and analyzes why the ATWA ultimately failed." - rear wrap.