American Labor in the Southwest

The First One Hundred Years

James C. Foster (Editor)
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A collection of outstanding contributions on…
 
The Western Federation of Miners
James C. Foster, D. H. Dinwoodie
 
The Industrial Workers of the World
Earl Bruce White, James Byrkit
 
The Rise of Unionized Farm Workers
H. L. Mitchell, Edward D. Beechert, Art Carstens
 
Mexican Labor, North and South of the Border
John M. Hart, Rodney Anderson, David Maciel
 
Labor and Politics
Paul Mandel, George N. Green, Charles O. Rice

The University of Arizona Press’s Century Collection employs the latest in digital technology to make previously out-of-print books from our notable backlist available once again. Enriching historical and cultural experiences for readers, this collection offers these volumes unaltered from their original publication and in affordable digital or paperback formats.

"Adds to our knowledge of a neglected topic in American history."—History: Reviews of New Books

"Should be read by every serious student of western labor history."—Journal of Arizona History

"The historian who is not a labor specialist is able to make the transition from one topic to another with the necessary historical background and become highly informed in the process."—Arizona and the West
American Labor in the Southwest
248 Pages 6 x 9 Published: 2017 Paperback (9780816535743)

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