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Radical Studies



link to catalog page SINCLAIR, The Brass Check

The Brass Check

A Study of American Journalism

Author: Upton Sinclair
Pub Date: December 2003

Upton Sinclair wrote 92 books---but is called a two-book author. The first was The Jungle----The Brass Check is the second.   learn more...

link to catalog page BARRETT, William Z. Foster and the Tragedy of American Radicalism Author: James R. Barrett
Pub Date: 2002

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link to catalog page NELSON, The Wound and the Dream

The Wound and the Dream

Sixty Years of American Poems about the Spanish Civil War

Author: Edited by Cary Nelson
Pub Date: August 2002

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link to catalog page HAVIS, American Political Plays Author: Edited by Allan Havis
Pub Date: November 2001

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link to catalog page WOLFF, Another Hill

Another Hill

An Autobiographical Novel

Author: Milton Wolff
Pub Date: 2001

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link to catalog page PEDERSEN, The Communist Party in Maryland, 1919-57 Author: Vernon L. Pedersen
Pub Date: January 2001

Bolsheviks in Baltimore shows that contrary to the beliefs of many historians--radical and otherwise--the American Communist Party did often march to Moscow’s tune in efforts to sway American foreign policy in ways that benefitted the Soviet Union.   learn more...

link to catalog page MILLS, The New Men of Power

The New Men of Power

America's Labor Leaders

Author: C. Wright Mills
Pub Date: July 2001

An essential, classic work in labor sociology--still relevant today--by the man whose name is almost synonymous with labor history and sociology.   learn more...

link to catalog page POLLACK, Aaron Copland

Aaron Copland

The Life and Work of an Uncommon Man

Author: Howard Pollack
Pub Date: April 2000

The first time in paperback, this is the best full-length biography of Aaron Copland, his life and his music   learn more...

link to catalog page DUBOFSKY, Hard Work

Hard Work

The Making of Labor History

Author: Melvyn Dubofsky
Pub Date: May 2000

A career-spanning collection of writings on labor history by one of the leading figures in the field   learn more...

link to catalog page RUBIN, Jewish Gangsters of Modern Literature Author: Rachel Rubin
Pub Date: April 2000

A look at the Jewish gangster between the wars (focusing on the Russian writer, Isaac Babel, and Americans Gold, Ornitz, and Fuchs but also taking into consideration cartoons, movies, and modernist painting), Rubin sees the “gangster” as a way Jewish writers could examine their place in world literature.   learn more...

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