New York. 1990. Hardcover. 1st edition. Fine. No dust jacket. Gray cloth. Bright red spine letters. 402 pages. Bibliographical references. This is the second in "a seven-volume
series reproducing nearly 150 of the most important articles on all aspects of the Great Depression". Eighteen articles ranging from the older & more traditional approaches to labor history (e.g., by Sidney Fine) to the newer, innovative techniques ( embodied in the work of Steve Fraser, Daniel Nelson, & Robert Zieger). The articles also range from general interpretations to case studies of specific communities, economic sectors, & institutions.
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