Southern Labor and Black Civil Rights: ORGANIZING MEMPHIS WORKERS (Working Class in American History)
This book chronicles the rarely studied southern industrial union movement from the Great Depression to the cold war, using the strategically located river city of Memphis as a case study. Honey analyzes the economic basis of segregation and the denial of fundamental human rights and civil liberties it entailed.
Specifications of Southern Labor and Black Civil Rights: ORGANIZING MEMPHIS WORKERS (Working Class in American History)
|Author||Michael K. Honey|
|Publisher||University of Illinois Press|
|Number Of Pages||400|
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