Hard Work

Hard Work

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An exploration of some of American labor's central themes by a giant in the field, this book also a narrative of how one scholar was drawn to labor history as a subject of study and how his approach to it changed over time.For Gutmana#39;s shifting and more positive estimation of the contributions of the Wisconsin school, see Ira Berlin, aquot;Introduction: Herbert G. Gutman and the American Working Class, aquot; in Herbert G. Gutman, Power and Culture: Essays on the American Working Class, ed. ... an Interview of Mark Perlman, aquot; Labor History 32 (Fall 1991): 503-25; idem, aquot;a#39;Intellectualsa#39; versus a#39;Workersa#39;: Academic Requirements andanbsp;...

Title:Hard Work
Author:Melvyn Dubofsky
Publisher:University of Illinois Press - 2000


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