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"A skillful compilation of interviews with working-class organizers. . . . Not just an oral history but a chronicle of modern political events ignored in mainstream labor history and journalistic commentary. The value lies in what it will tell future generations about today."—History Workshop Journal Stories of dozens of working-class heroes are chronicled in this long out-of-print oral history classic. From founding unions to responding to sexism, safety violations, and fear in the ranks, Rank and File brings the militancy of firebrand union organizers across six decades to life. Staughton Lynd and Alice Lynd have written numerous books, including Nonviolence in America, Homeland, and Lucasville.
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