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Published August 16th 1977 by Signet (first published January 1st 1967)
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Omar Masood
This is an excellent book for those interested in the history of the fight for social justice. It is fairly shot but packs a lot of facts, puts you in the shoes of those who were struggling under downright appalling conditions of serfdom. It is a great preface to reading about the Roosevelt-era, particularly the measures taken to strengthen the working and middle classes under FDR, of which protecting unions (instead of crushing them as was government's position during the Gilded Age) was a cent...more
Amber Frost
I came across this book at my college library and thought of it to be a great source for my history research paper, at first I only read the segment/chapter that dealt with the Ludlow Massacre because thats what my paper was based on, but soon became intereseted to learn more about the Bread and Roses. It was a great source and a good read!
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We are a nation ignorant of the importance of the labor movement and its daily impact on our lives. This book is a good place to begin an education that will make you grateful to those who fought for your rights as a worker!
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