Robert Bruno: Steel Worker Alley: How class works in Youngstown
Kelvin Fields 3400:470:001 Fall 03
Robert Bruno: Steel Worker Alley: How Class Works in Youngstown: Ithaca, New York Cornell University 1999. 222pgs.
Beginning in the 1960s, labor history in the United States underwent a rather startling transformation, shifting its focus from historical studies of national economies, labor parties, and institutionalized labor movements to the social, cultural and political history of the working class. The means for this shift included the revitalization of multiple identities of workers through gender, racial, ethnic, and religious lines in order to e…
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