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In addition to the main narrative, a bibliographical essay directs readers to classic works and cutting-edge scholarship in the field of U.S. labor history as well as to relevant fiction, poetry, and films for further exploration or study. The book's substantial glossary offers clear definitions and thought-provoking mini-essays for almost 200 terms, from the most basic to the most complex and technical.
|Carl Sandburg's "The People, Yes" (excerpt)||13|
|Introduction: Explaining the Title of This Book||15|
|2||The First American Revolution||23|
|4||Slave Labor, Free Labor||34|
|5||The Second American Revolution||38|
|7||Rainbow Working Class||55|
|10||Hardship and Resurgence||79|
|11||The Second World War and Its Aftermath||93|
|12||Cold War and Social Compact||98|
|16||Where To, What Next?||126|
|Bibliographical Essay: Scholarly, Documentary, and Artistic Sources||135|
|Timeline of U.S. History||179|
|U.S. Labor History Chronology||181|
This is a concise work in which Le Blanc brings forward the great truth of the American labor history; mind you, it is a harsh reality that we should all learn and appriciate for its perceverance.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.