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Steelworkers in America

The Nonunion Era

This edition of one of the seminal books in labor includes a new preface as well as a symposium on the book in which seven prominent historians discuss its significance and its place in the historiography of labor.

"Steelworkers in America has emerged and remained one of the few genuinely classic works of U.S. labor history--one of the axiomatic starting points for any understanding of the new labor history." -- Roy Rosenzweig

"The vision of Steelworkers has survived these thirty years and continues to inspire new work in labor history." -- Lizabeth Cohen

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