By Paul Le Blanc
In a mix of financial, social, and political heritage, P Le Blanc indicates how very important hard work concerns were, and stay, within the forging of our nation's background. inside of a huge analytical framework, he highlights problems with category, gender, race, and ethnicity, and comprises the perspectives of key figures of usa labor.
Paul Le Blanc is a professor of heritage at los angeles Roche university, has written on and took part within the usa hard work, radical, and civil rights pursuits, and is writer of such books as Marx, Lenin and the innovative Experience, and Lenin and the progressive Party.
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