The CIO Challenge to the AFL: A History of the American Labor Movement, 1935-1941

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CONTENTS
Author's Prefacexvii
1 Background of the Struggle3
2 The Organization of Steel75
3 The Automobile Industry123
4 Coal Mining193
5 The Electrical and Radio Manufacturing Industries239
6 The Rubber Industry266
7 The Men's Clothing Industry283
8 The Women's Clothing Industry300
9 The Renascence of Textile Unionism325
10 The Meat Industry349
11 The Lumber Industry379
12 The Petroleum Industry409
13 The Maritime Industry427
14 The Teamsters459
15 The Machinists495
16 The Building Trades514
17 Printing and Publishing530
18 Railroad Unionism566
19 Some General Aspects of the Labor Movement583
Notes647
Index715

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