Labor History

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The Postdevelopmental State

Dilemmas of Economic Democratization in Contemporary South Korea

Examining the struggle to align high-growth economic models with the egalitarian promises of democracy

Memory, Meaning, and Resistance

Reflecting on Oral History and Women at the Margins

A pioneering oral historian analyzes recurring themes in the lives of poor and working-class women

Making Waves

Michigan’s Boat-Building Industry, 1865-2000

An entertaining study of how Michigan put American boat building on the map

The Glass City

Toledo and The Industry That Built It

The story of Toledo glass—past, present, and future

Moisture of the Earth

Mary Robinson, Civil Rights and Textile Union Activist

A voice from the margins that refuses to be silenced

You Work Tomorrow

An Anthology of American Labor Poetry, 1929-41

The first-ever anthology of American labor poetry of the Great Depression

Let Me Live

The passionate prison autobiography of Angelo Herndon, Communist union organizer of the 1930s