Organized Labor and the Black Worker, 1619-1973, Philip S. Foner
America's Struggle Against Poverty: 1900-1980, James T. Patterson Reviewed by Daniel J. Leab
Black Detroit and the Rise of the UAW, August Meier and Elliot Rudwick Reviewed by Daniel J. Leab
The Divided Left: American Radicalism, 1900-1975, Milton Cantor Reviewed by Daniel J. Leab
Black Labor and the American Legal System, vol. 1, Race, Work, and the Law, Herbert Hill Reviewed by Daniel J. Leab
The Federal Writers' Project: A Study in Government Patronage of the Arts, Monty Noam Penkower Reviewed by Daniel J. Leabmore by this author
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