Organized Labor & the Black Worker, 1619-1981
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Organized Labor & the Black Worker, 1619-1981

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By Philip S. Foner
Although it was written in 1974 (and updated in 1981), Organized Labor & the Black Worker is generally considered the most comprehensive history of the American labor movement and African-American workers. Foner’s account reveals much about how racism undermined solidarity, and gives readers considerable insight into the development of the unions we know today. A new foreword introduces the book in the context of contemporary times. 492 pages paperback

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