"We are all leaders": a symposium on a collection of essays dealing with alternative unionism in the early 1930s

A collection of reviews and commentary on Staughton Lynd's book of 1930s labor history.


-The old new labor history by Robert H. Zieger

-"What did workers want in the 1930s, anyway?" by Roger Horowitz

-Can we all be leaders? by Ronald Edsforth

-The historical significance of rank-and-file unionism by Cecelia F. Bucki

-Response by Staughton Lynd

Lynd S et al - 'We Are All Leaders' - A Symposium on a Collection of Essays Dealing with A.pdf2.34 MB


Aug 16 2012 13:43

Cheers Juan, had been searching for this.