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Course of Action: A Journalist's Account from Inside the American League Against War and Fascism and the United Electrical Workers Union (UE) 1933-1978
More than six decades before Google, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, people were being organized by the thousands in the United States to protest war and fascism, and to form labor unions. James Lerner was one of the stalwart individuals who helped make this happen. They wrote, telephoned and traveled for weeks on end, often at great personal sacrifice....
More than six decades before Google, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, people were being organized by the thousands in the United States to protest war and fascism, and to form labor unions. James Lerner was one of the stalwart individuals who helped make this happen. They wrote, telephoned and traveled for weeks on end, often at great personal sacrifice. They formed local and national groups and brought people together for antiwar actions, and to demand their rights as workers through industrial unions. This book tells that remarkable story from the perspective of someone who was there at the heart of things, never losing sight of his own personal commitment to social justice. For those who seek a first hand experience of what this historic period was like, this account will be a treasure. For more information email: RNLpublishing@gmail.com
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