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The New Left and Labor in the 1960s

"Demolishes the myth of an unremmitingly hostile relationship between organized labor and the New Left. A valuable addition to the literature of the 1960s, refreshingly new and different." -- Bruce Nelson, authors of Workers on the Waterfront.

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