More books about Working People
 

We All Got History: The Memory Books of Amos Webber

Nick Salvatore

443 pages. Winner of the Bancroft Award. Hardcover portrayal of a black civil war veteran and activist in Worcester, MA  $12

Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives: A Pictorial History of Working People in New York City

Debra E. Bernhardt, Rachel Bernstein

221 pages. "In this revealing book we hear the voices and see the faces of the ‘ordinary people’- sandhogs, teachers, garment workers et al.- who pulled off the extraordinary job of creating New Yawk" -- Studs Terkel   $10

Middle-Class Providence, 1820-1940

John S. Gilkeson, Jr.

380 pages. Hardcover analysis of the rise of middle-class society locally  $10

Encyclopedia of the American Left

Ed. Mari Jo Buhle, Paul Buhle, Dan Georgakas

928 pages.  Softcover.  All you'll ever need for quick reference  $25

Insurgent Images: The Agitprop Murals of Mike Alewitz
Paul Buhle, Mike Alewitz
“A vibrant, full-color presentation of the vivid and powerfully themed mural artworks done by Alewitz, an outspoken labor activist since the 1940s. MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW  $15  normally retails for $27.95Membership_subscription_form_and_book_order.html







Labor & Community Militance in Rhode Island: A Special Issue of Radical History Review in 1978 Dedicated to the local labor scene. 192 pages. Includes nine essays and interviews by the state’s top labor historians. Limited Supply  $10Membership_subscription_form_and_book_order.html

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