The tenant movement in New York City, 1904-1984

The tenant movement in New York City, 1904-1984

Ronald Lawson's history of New York City's rich tradition of tenant mobilization during the 20th century.

Edited by Ronald Lawson with the assistance of Mark Naison.

Replicated with the kind permission of the author and very gratefully reproduced from TenantNet who digitised it.

This document including all associated files, may not be published, re-transmitted or otherwise reprinted without the prior written permission of Ronald Lawson. For such permission, contact Mr. Lawson by email at either rlawson@cloud9.net or law$ubst@qc1.qc.edu.
Rutgers University Press
New Brunswick, New Jersey

Front cover:
Striking tenants outside their Harlem building, September 1919.
Courtesy UPI/Bettman Newsphotos.

Comments

petey
Feb 11 2013 15:43

you beat me to it!

wojtek
Feb 13 2013 14:17

I've finished uploading this. smile

Steven.
Feb 13 2013 15:27

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TenantNet
Nov 16 2015 18:20

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