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Encyclopedia of U.S. Labor and Working Class History

"The Encyclopedia of U.S. Labor and Working-Class History builds upon the past several generations of scholarship to explore numerous dimensions of the working-class past. Its conception of what constitutes labor history is expansive and capacious, its sense of the borders between different fields porous. ... The heterogeneity of the working class is a central theme, with the Encyclopedia providing extensive coverage of race and gender divisions and the experience of a multitude of immigrant groups."*

*Quoted from the introduction

REF HD 8066 .A78 2006 (3 vols)

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