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Labor HistoryThere is much to recommend American Workers, American Unions. It is a valuable, comprehensive, and peerless survey of modern American labor history. Zieger deftly parses such complex subjects as the origin and role of the National Labor Relations Board, the expulsion of the so-called communist-dominated unions from the CIO, and the evolution of the 'workplace rule of law.' The book also is, if not the only, then certainly the best treatment of the post-1950 decades.
— Nancy F. Gabin